• The FEC made an under-the-radar move that campaign finance experts say opens a huge loophole giving corporations more power

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The Federal Elections Commission ruled last week that Microsoft can offer election security software free of charge to political candidates and committees and not run afoul of campaign-finance laws.
    Campaign-finance experts said this creates a massive loophole that corporations can now exploit.
    A ruling last week by the Federal Election Commission related to Microsoft and security software it wants to offer free of charge to political candidates and parties could have massive implications, creating a loophole that allows corporations to skirt campaign-finance laws, experts say.
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