Voting Records, Identity Theft and Privacy Considered

In the future, you will be able to vote from your mobile phone or personal electronic device, but you have to wonder whether your voting protocols are stolen, used against you or somehow manipulated? Possibly hacked and used in the plot. Information about how you vote, who you voted for and against what initiatives is very valuable for product and service marketers.

After all, companies pay huge amounts of money each year to collect data, analyze data and use these demographic data to increase sales, reach additional market segments and generate big profits. Maybe the question is; Are Americans ready for voting machines or software-driven voting machines that work this way, or are they now too paranoid?

We’ve all heard rumors about Diebold and watched Hollywood movies about a conspiracy on election fraud, and we know from our history that election fraud exists because it is human in nature, and we often have bad guys. In the election. But if your information can be stolen when you vote and your vote can also be stolen, the question arises as to whether the American people will ever trust such a system.

In fact, you don’t need to be a proponent of conspiracy theories to see the problem or become paranoid about possible events and problems that such a system can create or create. Maybe it’s time for you to think about it now before someone comes up with a plan and introduces technology into real life?

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