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Online Voting, the Corporate Public Square, Picard’s Return to Star Trek – ACM 474

[2018-08-08 22:27:04]

What will it take to make online or app-based voting safe, secure, and reliable? Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet are joined by John Kheit to discuss the future of voting. They also explore the idea of corporate platforms (i.e. private platforms) becoming so big that they become synonymous with the public square and subject to the First Amendment. Then Bryan goes off on a weird tangent about how cool Patrick Stewart’s new episode of Star Trek could be if Jean-Luc Picard was a broken and bitter man. Good times!

Online Voting, the Corporate Public Square, Picard’s Return to Star Trek – ACM 474


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