Avi Rubin

Technical Director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins University

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Professor of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University and Technical Director of its Information Security Institute; author of Brave New Ballot: The Battle to Safeguard Democracy in the Age of Electronic Voting; Maryland Elections Judge

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Webcam technology can connect you with loved ones or colleagues across the country or around the world, but it also can be an easy target for hackers who can spy on your every move and…

How Hackers Can Watch You through Your Webcam

Webcam technology can connect you with loved ones or colleagues across the country or around the world, but it also can be an easy target for hackers who can spy on your every move and…

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With the first presidential primaries just six months away, are America's voting systems accurate and secure from tampering?

California Voting Machines Decertified, Susceptible to Hackers

With the first presidential primaries just six months away, are America's voting systems accurate and secure from tampering?

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In America, the right to vote is supposedly sacred, but conflicting laws and shady practices cast doubt on the fairness and accuracy of many elections.

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In America, the right to vote is supposedly sacred, but conflicting laws and shady practices cast doubt on the fairness and accuracy of many elections.

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