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Data Analysts: Stolen votes confirmed by voters themselves


Claims of voter and election fraud are being dismissed by the mainstream media and Democrats, but data analysts are saying otherwise. One America's Chief White House Correspondent Chanel Rion has more from Washington.

US President tweeted moments after his rival Joe Biden's speech that Democrats were 'trying to steal' the election
The biggest data event of the year!
Over 2,000 participants from the data user and producer communities will come together this month to discuss some of the greatest data challenges in our changing world. The first-ever fully virtual UN World Data Forum, from 19 to 21 October, will bring together data experts from all parts of the world.

Over three days of animated discussions, they will identify innovative solutions for data in a changing world, intensify cooperation on data for sustainable development, and renew the urgent call for more and better funding for data.

"In a world wracked by COVID-19, we need data-based solutions to guide our way to a sustainable future," said Francesca Perucci Assistant Director of UN DESA's Statistics Division. "We need data for a changing world, and we need data for a better world."

"This year has shown us that good data is essential to keep us safe and that data is everyone's business," said Claire Melamed, CEO the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data, who is preparing to participate in the Forum. "The 2020 virtual World Data Forum will be the place where data experts from around the world come together to build the systems that can protect us."

"If COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it's that quick decisions based on solid data and statistics can save lives," added Shaida Badiee, Managing Director of Open Data Watch.

The Forum participants will draw lessons from the pandemic to discuss ways of putting data to a better use for policymaking and response to COVID-19. The experts will also consider how to improve data availability and use in order to leave no one behind. Finally, they will take a careful look at strategies to ensure the protection of privacy and ensuring trust in data.

The session on trust in data, on 20th October, will coincide with the World Statistics Day 2020, celebrated under the theme "Connecting the World with Data We Can Trust".

World Statistics Day, established by the General Assembly in 2015, takes place every 5 years on the 20th of October. The days brings a spotlight to the role of statistics in advancing sustainable development for all. This year, the day focuses on the essential aspects of building and maintaining trust in data and statistics, especially in today's world, and the need for strengthening data ecosystems in countries to bring together quality data from various sources to provide more timely data.

This year, the World Statistics Day will be celebrated globally with local events organized by national statistical offices, regional and international statistical organizations, including the UN system organizations, and universities.
National security officials say Iran hacked into a few local U.S. voter registration databases and sent threatening emails to voters. Russia separately obtained voter data but hasn't done anything with it so far, officials say.
China on Friday congratulated US President-elect Joe Biden on his victory against incumbent Donald Trump, more than a week after Americans cast their ballots. Trump has so far refused to concede defeat, but numerous world leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, have already called Biden to congratulate him on his win. Beijing finally broke its silence during a press conference held by its foreign ministry. "We respect the choice of the American people. We express our congratulations to Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris," said foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin at a press briefing, referring to incoming vice president Kamala Harris. Wang said China understands "the result of the US election will be determined in accordance with US laws and procedures,"

The leaders of Russia, Brazil and Mexico are still holding back, saying they are waiting for the votes to be confirmed by the US Electoral College next month.

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