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Biden administration asks court not to release Dominion Voting Systems report


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Biden administration officials at the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) are urging a judge not to release a report on Dominion Voting Systems equipment in Georgia by arguing that the move would "threaten election security."

 

CISA has already obtained an unredacted version of the report, which was written by University of Michigan Center for Computer Security and Society Director J. Alex Halderman. The professor has been criticized by both Dominion and Georgia Secretary State Brad Raffensperger (R).

The report should be released after being reviewed under CISA's Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure process, Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Boyton and Department of Justice attorney Bringham Bowen argued in the Feb. 10 filing, obtained by The Epoch Times.

The officials argued that the redacted report should not be released right now, but Raffensperger, one of the defendants, called last month for the "secret report" to be released immediately. 

"CISA's goal is to disclose any confirmed vulnerabilities and associated mitigations to the public in a coordinated way, so the entire cyber ecosystem can benefit while minimizing the risk of harm to election security," the attorneys write. 

The attorneys proposed that CISA would decide when to release the report. :snip:

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52 minutes ago, Geee said:
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Biden administration officials at the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) are urging a judge not to release a report on Dominion Voting Systems equipment in Georgia by arguing that the move would "threaten election security."

 

 

Threaten election security. Translation: People may find out just what The Establishment did to drag Joe Biden over the finish line.

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