Army lays out scenarios of terrorists, Twitter

The Computerworld story "U.S. Army lays out scenarios with terrorists using Twitter," posted to the wire on Monday, contained two paragraphs at the end that might have incorrectly implied a connection between voting problems and terrorism.

The story has been clarified on the wire. The last two paragraphs, which read as follows, have been deleted:

Meanwhile, several groups announced last week a new Twitter Vote Report project aimed to allowing voters to use Twitter text messaging and Web capabilities to send Tweets noting problem areas at the polls. Then, voter protection groups can send legal volunteers to those locations.

Between now and Nov. 4, users can access the account and tweet with questions and voting problem reports. On Election Day, voters will be able share their experiences and report problems using the "#votereport" Twitter tag.