Over 30 states and territories allow some form of Internet voting (such as by email or through a direct portal) for some classes of voters, but online voting is fraught with security dangers. A series of problems with new voter election laws is raising fears that large numbers of voters could be disenfranchised in November. Lawmakers are finding common ground on election law changes designed to ease the voting process, such as online voter registration and same-day registration and many States, counties and non-governmental voter advocacy organizations are using technology to make voting and/or registering to vote easier. In a legal battle over Florida’s congressional districts, a Republican consultant is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the release of hundreds of pages of documents related to redistricting. A report found that piece of third-party software that hadn’t been updated might have been the vulnerable point invaded by hackers of the Oregon secretary of state’s website. A bug in an e-voting application halted the release of European, federal and regional election results in Belgium and Malawians awaited a court decision on an election marred by claims of vote rigging and mismanagement.