THAT finding will be used by Dominion and Smartech in their civil suits against Right leaning Fox ($2.7 Billion) and One America News (OAN) that carried and amplified Donald Trump’s ‘Big Lie’ accusations that the the voting machines where ‘rigged’….
The Dominion has also gone after Trump lawyers, Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani alleging they spread false information about the reliibitiy of their voting machines….
News outlets are not libel if they just publish the ‘fact’s’….
But the Supreme’s have ruled that IF there IS ‘malace’ in the reporting?
They can be sued….
The ‘Politics’ thing could be the crucial point in this and we ALL KNOW that Fox ands OAN DO have political arms and legs in their reporting….
The move marks the first time CISA has run voting machine flaws through its vulnerability disclosure program, which since 2019 has examined and disclosed hundreds of vulnerabilities in commercial and industrial systems that have been identified by researchers around the world. (The program is aimed at helping companies and consumers better secure devices from breaches.
The security of Dominion voting machines has become a flash point in the fraught politics of the 2020 election with supporters of former president Donald Trump claiming that the results were tainted by machines that were manipulated, while election officials — including Georgia’s Republican secretary of state and governor — insisted that there was no evidence of breaches or altered results….
There are nine flaws affecting versions of the machine called the Dominion Voting Systems Democracy Suite ImageCast X, according to a copy of an advisory prepared by CISA and obtained by The Washington Post. The ImageCast X allows voters to mark their candidate choices on a touch-screen and then produce a paper record, as was the case in Georgia. It can also be used as a paperless electronic voting machine. The flaws, many of which are highly technical and which mostly stem from machine design as opposed to coding errors, generally require an attacker to have physical access to the devices or other equipment used to manage the election, CISA said.
“We have no evidence that these vulnerabilities have been exploited and no evidence that they have affected any election results,” said Brandon Wales, CISA’s executive director in a statement to The Post. “Of note, states’ standard election security procedures would detect exploitation of these vulnerabilities and in many cases would prevent attempts entirely. This makes it very unlikely that these vulnerabilities could affect an election.”…
Included in the Dominion action against Fox is ….Maria Bartiromo, Jeanine Pirro, and Lou Dobbs as defendants….