Whistleblower Fired After Alleging Voter Data Breach In Florida

  • Brian Freid, who worked in the Orange County, Fla., Supervisor of Elections office in Orlando, charged that another employee released voter data, potentially jeopardizing the security of thousands of protected voters.
  • Freid was fired from his position as the Information Systems Director in October after calling for the firing of the offending employee, who was found by two separate investigations to have allowed unredacted voter data to be accessed by unauthorized personnel.
  • In March, a technician asked for the information of all 900,000 Orange County voters to be put on a thumb drive in violation of official procedures, Freid told Just the News. Freid was told by two election officials and the Supervisor of Elections that the technician was new and didn’t understand the process.




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