Question 1: Should access to the Internet be a privilege, a right, or???
Answer: Is Internet access necessary to live in today's world?
Question 2: Should qualified organizations be allowed to remove malware from Internet-facing computers without the owner???s permission or knowledge?
Answer: Depends on what "qualified" means; however, I will say that no computer should be touched with the knowledge of its owner.
Question 3: What guarantee do I have that a piece of open-source software has been adequately vetted by qualified and honest reviewers?
Answer: Absolutely none, unless stated otherwise, and even then said guarantee probably won't be worth much.
Question 4: Should a digital/electronic signature carry the same weight as a written signature?
Answer: Yes, if only because neither seems to be all that secure to me.
Question 5: How are we to be assured that electronic voting is trustworthy?
Answer: No idea.
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