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  • It sounds like the gaming machine makers are missing out on a potential market here.

    I suspect the only barrier here is that gaming machines a profit centre (in Australia I believe the average profit per machine is around $60,000) whereas voting machines are a cost.

    But I bet there's a hell of a lot the gaming companies could bring to voting machines.

    I think the supreme irony here is that the Diebold machines are produced by a major manufacturer of Automatic Teller Machines...
  • The difference is that at the gambling casino, there are 2 assumptions. One is that the users are fools and losers and the other is that the organization is crooked and on the take.

    • The casino assume that it itself is on the take? Huh? Did you even read this article or did you just drive by paste your comments on? I talked at length about how the electronic games were repeatedly broken by customers and that only through good auditing are these attacks found. So I'm not sure where you got the idea that they assume that the patrons are "fools and losers". They *hope* they are, but certainly don't assume it. But, supposing that you were correct, what does this have to do with the an
    • Well that doesn't sound like any difference at all!