Opinion

A lesson from Kenya

Election hacking is a real threat, but it isn't being treated as such.

Uhuru Kenyatta, left, with then-UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon in Kenya in 2014. Mr. Kenyatta was the president of Kenya up until that country's election last month, which he won but the results of which were thrown out by the country's top court, which ordered a new vote within 60 days. Mr. Kenyatta's opponent, Raila Odinga, called on the UN last month to investigate the election results.Eskinder Debebe photograph courtesy of the UN

PUBLISHED :Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017 12:00 AM

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