The EU's election interference alert system isn't working properly
It was stymied by incomplete information and political disagreements.
EU says Russia conducted 'sustained' election interference campaign
It tried to stifle voter turnout in some places.
Major voting machine maker backs away from paperless models
It's a sharp reversal for a company that has fought paper for years.
Software firm may have exposed North Carolina to election hackers in 2016
There's no known evidence of a breach, but it was a dangerous move.
Kamala Harris sees Facebook as a 'utility' that might need breaking up
She believes the site needs more regulation than it has received.
Facebook opens 'war room' to fight meddling in EU election
The 40-person team will keep an eye out for fake news.
FBI, DHS task forces to address election security are now permanent
FBI director Christopher Wray called attempts to impact US elections a '365-day a year' issue.
Twitter makes it easier to report election tweets that deliberately mislead people
The platform is doubling down against fake election news.
Twitter's bans ahead of Israeli election include an odd religious sect
The social network hasn't said why it suspended the accounts, though.