COVID, domestic disinfo set to supercharge election interference

Experts say tech platforms and policymakers haven’t done enough in the wake of Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, even while a new set of problems could take 2020’s interference effort into overdrive.

Vote-by-mail ballots are shown in a sorting tray at the King County Elections headquarters in Renton, Wash., on Aug. 5.
AP Photo/Ted S. Warren

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