As voters cast their ballots, courts nationwide issue election security edicts
The court fights over the long weekend stretched from California to Pennsylvania.
Judge orders Georgia to use paper records at polling places to avoid Election Day delays
The state has long been the center of heated, and sometimes partisan, battles over voting.
'Unprecedented' sentencing for international GozNym cybercrime network
The cybercriminals' operation employed the malware to target 41,000 computers between 2015 and 2016.
Judge upholds paperless voting in Georgia, but pressures for change
Judge Amy Totenberg suggested that state election officials had "their heads in the sand" on election security.
Lawsuit pushes Georgia to dump paperless voting machines by November
Just use paper, the plaintiffs say.
Google and Microsoft ask Georgia governor to veto 'hack back' bill
The legislation would criminalize "unauthorized computer access" and potentially allow companies to conduct offensive hacking operations.