“I just wanted to say to the fans … in D.C. and across the nation, they’ve been great for us, cheering us on. At away games they show up in the masses and at home they really made it feel like a home-field advantage. We said this when I was in college, ‘We got a chance to sit at the dinner table and experience success and it was a good meal. But now we want to go back to get dessert.’ We’ll be ready to get dessert next year.”
Robert Griffin’s last words at the press conference.
I understand hacking but there has to be some security measures to prevent hacking. My bank uses swift code for large transfers and/or if you never logged into your account from a random computer. The bank sends a text message to your phone with a 6 digit code that you need to enter on BOA website to continue with the transfer or to the next screen.
Why couldn't they implement something like that?
Also for those that places that do electronic voting on these touch screen voting machines, do the results get transferred to some polling headquarters via the internet or how does that work? Couldn't the be susceptible to a hacker?
But think about all the little ten year olds who could vote with an iPhone app!
In Soviet Russia, Votes alter Machine.
Get off my lawn.
---------- Post added November-6th-2012 at 04:36 PM ----------
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