Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Paperless Voting

We've certainly seen in the past that paperless voting is a worthless system... the government is rife with scandal and impropriety and the voting machines designed by those within their economic control... the machines are easy to hack, as proven by people at PRINCETON. It took them almost no time at all. The problem that we will continue to see with anything computer-based is that between malicious programmers/hackers, the government, and the everyday user is a constant struggle.

Granted, when it comes to the field of politics, there is a consistent battle being waged in which there are some whose immorality forces them to consult deplorable means of achieving their ends. However, the use of paperless voting machines is an absurdly simple means of doing so. The corners are cut too easily, the voters too easily frauded, too easily unsatisfied with the results that follow.


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