Electronic Voting via the Internet(e-vote)

Electronic voting (also known as e-voting) is a term encompassing several different types of voting, embracing both electronic means of casting a vote and electronic means of counting votes.
Electronic voting technology can include punched cards, optical scan voting systems and specialized voting kiosks (including self-contained direct-recording electronic voting systems, or DRE). It can also involve transmission of ballots and votes via telephones, private computer networks, or the Internet.
In general, two main types of e-Voting can be identified:[1][2]

  • e-voting which is physically supervised by representatives of governmental or independent electoral authorities (e.g. electronic voting machines located at polling stations);
  • remote e-Voting where voting is performed within the voter’s sole influence, and is not physically supervised by representatives of governmental authorities (e.g. voting from one’s personal computer, mobile phone, television via the internet (also called i-voting)).

Electronic voting technology can speed the counting of ballots and can provide improved accessibility for disabled voters. However, there has been contention, especially in the United States, that electronic voting, especially DRE voting, could facilitate electoral fraud.
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Present e-voting is so troublesome, I can easily setup an e-voting system via the Internet, all you need is lots of terminals across all the branches, and you can count the votes with almost instant results, all you need is your ID credentials with cameras monitoring all terminals for electoral fraud. So it is an improvement between e-voting and i-voting, and nobody can play with my server, I modify everything until nobody can touch any of my works.
– Contributed by Oogle.

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Redesigning the entire structure of the next quantum computer for Intelligent OS using ZFS

ZFS is a combined file system and logical volume manager designed by Sun Microsystems. The features of ZFS include data integrity verification against data corruption modes, support for high storage capacities, integration of the concepts of filesystem and volume management, snapshots and copy-on-write clones, continuous integrity checking and automatic repair, RAID-Z and native NFSv4 ACLs. ZFS is implemented as open-source software, licensed under the Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL). The ZFS name was a trademark of Oracle[3] until September 20, 2011.[4]

Want to see I re-engineer everything from scratch to design both the hardware(quantum computer) and software for the next generation Intelligent OS? 

ZFS(Everything) on a chip? Yes you can after the introduction of ARM technologies where video, sound every chipset will be housed on a single chip
I am bringing everyone at least 10 years ahead where the semiconductor business will change rapidly when ZFS and ARM technologies will merge to create the next generation of powerful CPUs that can run everything, small powerful and does not consume much power. Everything can be squeezed into a quadcore ARM processor with the computer no bigger than a Mac Mini, we are talking about a quantum computer, mind you. Intel will still be around, but they need to invest in R & D to create the future of these powerful chips.
– Contributed by Oogle.