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Swedes Cast Write-In Votes for SQL Injection, Donald Duck

September 24th, 2010 09:24 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “The Swedish elections were held recently (the third Sunday of September to be exact) and it seems that a few people tried to interfere with the election by voting for parties which were in effect named to be SQL injection attacks or similar. Clever stuff! Little Bobby Tables in real life.”

That wasn’t the only oddity of the election; reader MZeroOne writes: “The Swedish Election Authority published the results of last Sunday’s general election and even though the current prime minister retained power, the candidate who got the most individual handwritten votes was Disney’s Donald Duck.” Maybe the existence of the Hard Alcohol Party (237 votes) helps explain why the Pirate Party didn’t have a better showing.

Source: Swedes Cast Write-In Votes for SQL Injection, Donald Duck

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