Hey, I got a 2nd reason to like hackers!

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    It's strange to me. It seems like half the Baltics and a good chunk of Europe can work out how to have secure online voting, and yet we can't.

    Seems like this shows that we are behind the times in yet another area of science and technology.
     
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    I'm sure tee pee would like for everything to remain the same as it was back in 1908 when she voted for the first time but if these Rs don't want to move forward, they'll be left in the dust.

    There will be online voting here with or without them.

    They just don't want a high turnout because it will mean more votes for Democrats.

    :lol: Cowards.
     
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    Hackers helpin' Uganda charities solve their IT problems...
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    Hacking for a Better World, It Helps
    March 25, 2013 — One American computer hacker has figured out how to harness the knowledge and creativity of other hackers around the world to help local Ugandan charities solve their information technology problems -- for free.
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    Cheap Data, Better Tech Putting More Cambodians Online
    March 25, 2013 — Communications technology continues to boom in Cambodia, providing cheaper Internet for an increasing number of users. The number of Internet Service Providers is now 24, increasing competition and lower prices for and expanding number of consumers.
     
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