Vote Online

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Write a 2 to 3 page, APA style paper, explaining why you believe people should or should not be allowed to vote (either local or national elections) using the Internet. •In your paper include a discussion of the opposing position along with your rebuttal (of that opposing position). •For instance, if you decided to write a paper explaining that people should be allowed to vote using the internet (and why)--then your rebuttal would be that people should not be allowed to vote using the internet (and why). •Note: Explaining means to give details about something: to give an account of something with enough clarity and detail to be understood by somebody else. •Include a title page and 3-5 references.

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Vote OnlineNameClassDateProfessorVote Online Voting in the public election is a privilege afforded every adult American. This process is extremely important to the democratic process and in ensuring individual freedoms are held in safe keeping. Every politician in America is an elected official. In current society in order to vote the citizen must register to vote prior to the election. They then travel to their voting precinct to place their votes. Due to advances in technology it has been suggested the next step is voting online. While technology has changed every aspect of life it has not changed the fact that voting should continue to occur in person to prevent the system being hijacked and the wrong party being elected. The internet is an amazing tool for simplify many different processes and functions in society. The internet has been an amazing tool for developing all types of communication methods and improving the abilities of the business but the internet has also created a new threat, the hacker. Since the private information systems of the business, government, and individual are vulnerable to being hacked despite having security measures in place so would the voting systems (Boyer, 2004). In order for elections to be truly free and fair the process must be completely secure and ensure voters their vote will not be lost or stolen. While there are some people in society that believe voting online is the realistic next ste

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