Democrats propose more than $1 billion for election cyber security

By Reuters: Top News
2018.02.14. 19:26

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congressional Democrats on Wednesday introduced legislation that would provide more than $1 billion to boost cyber security of U.S. voting systems, saying inaction has made elections vulnerable to more interference from Russian hackers....

Reuters: Top News - Democrats propose more than $1 billion for election cyber security
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