Kim Zetter, author of "Countdown to Zero Day," discusses a case of a missing server in Georgia's election system and David Cross, a lawyer with Morrison & Foerster, talks about a lawsuit against the state to get Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp to adopt paper ballots.
Adam Fisher, author of "Valley of Genius: The Uncensored History of Silicon Valley, As Told by the Hackers, Founders, and Freaks Who Made It Boom," talks about the libertarian roots of tech and how the Valley ended up (nearly) all-in on Clinton in 2016.
Barbara Simons is a computer scientist—and she doesn't trust our voting computers. States without paper ballots could be hacked without us ever knowing. And we do know that Russia probed our defenses in 2016.
A conversation with Angie Drobnic Holan, Editor of PolitiFact, about how lies and misinformation can clog the conversation and keep out the real news and how Facebook and Google are helping fact-checkers.
Adam Sharp, Twitter’s former head of news, says it's being left to companies to fight online propaganda. And Representative Derek Kilmer on the chances the Honest Ads Act will pass before the elections.
Samuel Woolley, Director of the Digital Intelligence (DigIntel) Lab, Institute for the Future, talks about bots — foreign and domestic — and how they are poisoning political conversation around the world.