Zachary Quinto and Wired say that hacking voting machines during the elections may not be common, but it’s certainly easy to do. Apparently, it’s possible for someone to hack into an electronic voting system and change every individual vote that was made on that system without being detected!
That’s a pretty scary thought, although I’ve only voted on an electronic ballot once, and Quinto admits they are no longer that common.
Hear Quinto break it all down below, but why him? It’s because he’s in Snowden, which is out in theaters this Friday.