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Nine former national security and cybersecurity officials filed an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit against the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity for its effort to create a centralized database of sensitive voter data, CNN reports. While voter information is currently stored in a decentralized manner across states, the brief says the proposed database creates a sincere national security threat as foreign adversaries target U.S. elections adding, “The bigger the database, the greater the payoff from a potential breach.” The group also raised concerns over the decision to house the database in the White House system, rather than within the Department of Defense, calling it a “seemingly last-minute” decision that “may lack core safeguards.”
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