Top Boston news: Hackers could alter ballots on voting app, MIT finds; Wayfair laying off 350; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Boston.

MIT: Hackers could alter ballots in widely used voting app

The analysis of the Voatz app, which has mostly been used for absentee voters and overseas military personnel, found that attackers could “alter, stop or expose how an individual has voted.” Boston-based Voatz disputed the research methods.

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Man who spent 38 years in prison on wrongful conviction discusses experience

After being released, Fred Clay is looking to educate others. He was wrongfully convicted in the 1979 murder of a cab driver in Boston’s Roslindale neighborhood.

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Wayfair laying off 350 employees in Boston

The online furniture retailer’s headquarters are in Copley Square, where about 6,000 employees work.

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Tickets to board Mayflower replica in Boston now available

Tickets to board the Mayflower II, a replica of the iconic Pilgrim ship, are now available for reservation. Boarding is free as part of a six-day maritime festival in Boston in May, but tours aboard the Mayflower are ticketed.

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