g News Weekly The publication Risk & Insurance examined the security concerns involved in electronic voting and Johns Hopkins computer scientist Avi Rubin explained why he believes that we will not be able to securely vote on the Internet in the foreseeable future. The FBI has alerted the Arizona Secretary of State that the state’s voter registration system has been compromised by malicious software. A controversial measure that would require a government-issued photo ID to vote was vetoed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon, with the Democratic governor arguing it would act as a barrier against citizens’ fundamental right to vote. The New York Times questioned the state of Ohio’s practice of periodically removing infrequent voters from voter rolls. A little-known Virginia law that dictates how the state’s delegates must vote at presidential nominating conventions could be struck down by a federal judge. The Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has declared victory in the federal election aeight days after polls closed in the tight race, while Democratic Audit UK examined the security and privacy issues that led Norway to terminate its internet voting trials.