FILM & VIDEO
Hacking Democracy (2006)
Hacking Democracy is a 2006 documentary broadcast on HBO. Filmed over three years, it documents American citizens investigating electronic voting systems, including anomalies and irregularities that occurred during the 2000 and 2004 elections.
The film investigates the flawed integrity of electronic voting machines, particularly those made by Diebold Election Systems, exposing previously unknown backdoors in the Diebold trade secret computer software.
The film culminates in on-camera hacking of a Diebold election system in Leon County, Florida—the same computer voting system that has been used in American elections across 33 states.
Princeton University Hack
Argonne National Lab Hack
Ohio 2004: Busting the Man-in-the-Middle
Murder, Spies, and Voting Lies: The Clint Curtis Story (2008)
Barbara Simons: Why Can't We Vote Online?
Security Analysis of Estonia's Internet Voting System
J. Alex Halderman presents a complete summary of his team's findings during a security analysis of the Estonian e-voting system, which was used for the October 2013 local elections. Visit his website for more information.