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10/29/2020
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Only in Florida...

A 20-year-old man from Naples, Florida, was arrested Tuesday for allegedly tampering with the voter registration information of Gov. Ron DeSantis, police said. The tampering was detected when DeSantis went to vote on Monday, only to be told that the address on his ID did not match the one on file. An investigation of the voter database quickly led to the Naples man, Steven Anthony Guevara, who authorities said used publicly available information to update the governor's record, which was promptly reverted. While briefly alarming, the incident should not be construed as a hack, analysts told StateScoop. "Despite this isolated incident, our country’s voting processes remain secure," cybersecurity researcher Jack Cable said. Benjamin Freed reports.


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We are all data scientists now

Minneapolis has launched a new website, packed with data dashboards, that city Chief Information Officer Fadi Fadhil said will host virtually all of the city’s current and future data. Speaking to city council members last week, Fadhil said the new Minneapolis DataSource project will accelerate policy planning and data-driven decision making for the public and city employees by making data more accessible than before. The site is part of a strategy Fadhil calls "data quilting." Ryan Johnston has details.


MTA tests app for vision-impaired riders

New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced this week it’s piloting a mobile app to increase accessibility for visually impaired riders on its buses. But the project also arrives amid complaints that a new contactless ticketing system will not be available to riders with disabilities until next year. The new Navilens app will be available to start on a single cross-Manhattan bus route, while disability advocates have said the MTA lags in installing contactless scanners on subway gates. Ryan has more.


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