Netanyahu's re-election in 2015 defied all up to the last minute statisticians' predictions. Recent publications and court filing allege massive election fraud through IT systems of the Central Election Commission. Over the past weekend -- data on the Commission's web site was inexplicably adulterated" Head of the government new Cyber Security Research Center refuses to comment... The entire affair again raises concerns regarding the nature of the regime.
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - screen prints from the Knesset Central Election Commission web site were published by activists, who routinely monitor the site. [i] Here: example from one polling station - the results of the 2013 general election for the 1
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OccupyTLV, September 26 - over the weekend, activists reported newly adulterated data on the Central Election Commission web-site. Recently, activists have been routinely monitoring and analyzing the data on the site, following claims of massive computer fraud in the 2015 general election. [ii]
Netanyahu's 2015 re-election as prime minister defied all up to the last minute statisticians' predictions. Recent publications claim fraud in the 2015 general election, allegedly perpetrated through IT systems of the Central Election Commission. [iii] The same claims were made in a petition, challenging the 2015 general election, which was summarily denied by the Israeli Supreme Court for lack of standing. [iv]
The vulnerability of the contemporary election polling to computer fraud is nothing new. In view of concerns regarding validity and security of US electronic voting machines, CalTech, Carnegie-Melon, and MIT computer science faculty engaged in research and published reports on the matter of their own volition. [v]
Prof Eli Biham, notable Israeli cryptographer and cryptanalyst, Head of the new, government funded Cyber Security Research Center refuses to publicly comment on patent failures in validity and security of IT systems of the Central Election Commission.
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In Israel, following the latest data adulteration, request has again been addressed to Professor Eli Biham, head the new, government sponsored Cyber Security Research Center in the Technion -- Israeli Institute of Technology (see the full text below) . The request has been copied to Professor Peretz Lavie, the Technion President, and Professor Wayne Kaplan, the Technion Executive VP for Research. Regardless of repeat requests, Professor Biham has so far adamantly refused to make any public comment on these matters... [vi]