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Diebold's TSx motherboard "Made in China"

I am not sure what Diebold is claiming to jurisdictions where the TSx

is manufactured. I do know the motherboard is manufactured in China.

It arrives here with the CPU and flash memories already installed.

Those more technically knowledgeable can let us know whether or not

that is a potential security problem or not.

On Diebold's website they seem to infer they manufacture their

machines here in the US.
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" .... Diebold has the unique capability to meet your election system

requirements through expandable, tiered manufacturing utilizing our

own US based facilities,... "

To obtain a jpeg picture showing that the Diebold motherboard is "Made

in China" go to the following URL.
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What is interesting is the Made in China mark is underneath the top

layer of plastic, and on the secondary side of the motherboard that

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