Processing error list

From cm2.liecourt.com
 Has improper value for"Has improper value for" is a predefined property that tracks input errors for irregular value annotations and is provided by <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="https://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Special_properties">Semantic MediaWiki</a>.Processing error message"Processing error message" is a predefined property containing a textual description of an error and is provided by <a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="https://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Special_properties">Semantic MediaWiki</a>.
Bull and Crow : Farmer says Crow Lies - WorkflowAccusationProperty "Accusation" (as page type) with input value "The Farmer says it is OK to not reveal everything and to keep the cows happy while he is raising them by what he does and does not do. He makes it look like the Bull's family is being sent off to better pastures, when in fact he is not. The Bull has no way to witness their deaths and so continues to believe the lie he depends on for his happiness, but the Farmer is intentionally lying to him." contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.
Bull and Crow: Bull says Crow Lies - WorkflowAccusationProperty "Accusation" (as page type) with input value "The Crow tries to tell Bull why he is factually lying to himself. Bull thinks Crow is lying but in fact Bull is factually lying to himself. The evidence is self-evident by anyone with any experience with raising Cattle." contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.
Bull and Crow: Crow says Farmer Lies to Bull - WorkflowAccusationProperty "Accusation" (as page type) with input value "The Crow is trying to convince the Bull that the Farmer does not tell the whole truth of his situation to the Bull. He provides a series of arguments that the Bull needs to believe to run away from the farmer before the farmer slaughters him. These truthful arguments are the evidence...and we all know the crow is telling the truth." contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.
MessagesHas queryThe part "]]" of the query was not understood. Results might not be as expected.
MessagesHas queryThe query description has an empty condition.
MessagesHas querySome use of "[[" in your query was not closed by a matching "]]".
MessagesHas queryThe symbol "[[" was used in a place where it is not useful.
MessagesHas queryThe part ""." of the query was not understood. Results might not be as expected.
Voter Fraud - WorkflowAccusationProperty "Accusation" (as page type) with input value "Here are the partial truths and facts that show how they are misleading. A machine-readable thumbprint can be easily forged using common software of scans of a thumbprint. Thumbprints of individuals are easily obtained particularly if they appear by the thousands on mailed in envelopes. Societies where thumbprints are used for voting lack access to such software and have moved to digital signatures based on national ID cards as they modernized. “Machine-readable” is a lie. Fingerprint / Thumbprint scanning for identity has long been known to be susceptible to failure to read by machine without high error rates. It is true that modern scanners can create “machine-readable” likenesses of fingerprints which are indistinguishable from the original fingerprint. But it is NOT TRUE that modern pattern recognition software can reliably read the fingerprint as proving who provided the fingerprint and how. This method provides an open opportunity for voter fraud by a knowledgeable elite wishing to manipulate vote counts. Years ago, when people did not have signatures or modern cell phones, and could not write, it made sense. This method does not eliminates many of the problems with ballot signature verification, witness signatures, and unscrupulous ballot harvesting. None of these is true. These are mail in ballot registrations. Note, significantly, that this policy ONLY APPLIES TO MAIL IN BALLOTS! It is horribly misleading to say “The state will encrypt the captured thumbprints as alphanumeric values with a one-way hash using a secure key.” Technically the way this works is that the thumbprint as a digital image can be viewed by anybody. It is not hidden from people wishing to have this person’s reputed thumbprint. A one-way hash using a secure key can mean any number of things depending on whether the hash is cryptographically secure or not and whether the secure key is a private key in a public-private key cryptographically secure key-pair. If not properly done, the security is a sham. Even then, the new thumbprint on the ballot will NOT have the same hash value as the one on the ballot application! The signatures for the fingerprint will not match. This is guaranteed to fail using any known techniques. Such shams are common in practice (see my book). The fact that the signed hash value can be represented as a long string of alphanumeric characters is immaterial. Any digital value, any picture, any information, can be represented this way. That requirement is intended to mislead people that such a string can be verified by a human in a meaningful way. It cannot. You can easily show a different fingerprint with the right hash. The fact that a law will be prohibited from sharing raw thumbprint data with any other government agency does not mean it will be prohibited from sharing with a company or any private individual. And how much can we trust a prohibition of sharing among government agencies in the first place. The major problem with a fingerprint is that it presumably does not change for the life of the person and once the fingerprint is known for a person by anyone, it is public knowledge. Add to that the fact that the error rate in proving a particular instance of a fingerprint is uniquely identifying one person, and this proposed system is not at all preserving security or privacy of votes in modern society. There are ways to do get the right assurances, but they are not being proposed. Why? Precisely because this method, while it may sound good, is even more susceptible to voter fraud by governmental and private entities than existing methods." contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.