Cyber Ninjas Is Shutting Down in the Face of $50,000 Daily Fines
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Cyber Ninjas, the so-called cybersecurity firm that led a partisan review of 2020 ballots in Arizona, is closing down following a scathing report by election officials and the threat of $50,000 a day in fines.
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah said he would impose a $50,000 fine against Cyber Ninjas every day until it hands over documents related to the so-called audit after the Arizona Republic newspaper filed a public records request. County officials released a report earlier this week concluding that eighty claims made by Cyber Ninjas in its report on voting problems in the county were misleading or false. (Dartunorro Clark / NBC News)
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