Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Plans to Create a Massive Voter Database. Former National Security Officials Say It Could Be Hacked.

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Media Outlet: Washington Post

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Washington Post regarding the cybersecurity risks associated with the Pence-Kobach Commission on voter fraud:

More than a half-dozen technology experts and former national security officials filed an amicus brief Tuesday urging a federal court to halt the collection of voter information for a planned government database.
“We now know better than 12 months ago just how much foreign governments would like information on American voters,” said Joshua Geltzer, executive director of Georgetown’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection and one of the co-authors of the brief.

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Joshua Geltzer is an ASU Future of War Fellow at New America. He is writing a book exploring challenges associated with modern communications technologies such as social media platforms, file-upload sites, and internet search engines.