And it’s working.
A few days a year, hacking enthusiasts at DEFCON race to see if they can prove voting machines are not secure. The event inadvertently provides fodder for disinformation.
“You are a loose end for a party that needs to tidy up,” said Trevian Kutti, a publicist for West, to a Georgia election worker.
You probably should have stopped using it long ago.
When Sea Shepherd learned the IRS was investigating it due to a tip from "confidential sources," the anti-whaling group set out to discover whether the Japanese government was responsible.
The latest US audit of reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan show a troubling lack of oversight and cooperation, which is damaging security and jeopardizing the country's economic future.