Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Cybersecurity experts give a thumbs up to the Apple-Google coronavirus alert system It offers a good balance between privacy and public health, a majority of experts say. The Republicans who'd prefer Joe Biden might swing the election'One of the things that we found is most persuasive is seeing a bunch of other people that seemed just like them with the same anxieties, saying: ‘And that's why I'm going to vote for a Democrat for the first time in my life’' Election officials brace for a pile-up of mail ballots in Tuesday’s primaries, a potential preview of NovemberGeorgia, Nevada, South Carolina, West Virginia and North Dakota have all adjusted their voting procedures in response to the pandemic and made it easier to cast ballots by mail. Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Senate panel says U.S. telecoms failed for decades to prevent Chinese spyingChinese telecoms operated in the United States with minimal oversight. How online voting could pose a fresh hacking threat to the 2020 US electionBallots ‘could be manipulated at scale’, investigators find Analysis | The Trailer: The brave new world of virtual political conventionsWhat national leaders can learn from the Texas Democrats Amid Pandemic and Upheaval, New Cyber Risks to the Presidential ElectionFear of the coronavirus is speeding up efforts to allow voting from home, but some of them pose security risks and may make it easier for Vladimir V. Putin, or others, to hack the vote. Minuscule number of potentially fraudulent ballots in states with universal mail voting undercuts Trump claims about election risksA Washington Post analysis found that state officials identified just 372 possible cases of fraud out of about 14.6 million votes in five elections in which ballots were all cast by mail.