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Iowa Democrats Will Use A Smartphone App At Caucuses, Despite Cybersecurity Concerns

NPR Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Iowa's Democratic Party plans to use a smartphone app in its upcoming caucuses. Despite warnings about cybersecurity since 2016, party bosses are sanguine.
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