Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that it would be a good idea to have Americans vote from their iPhones. What could possibly go wrong?
The 2020 election was the most corrupt and fraudulent in US history. The ramifications will impact the world for decades. Rather than investigate the numerous irregularities, determine what went wrong, hold criminals accountable, and fix the process for the future, Apple CEO Tim Cook believes voting should be done on iPhones in the future.
Anthony at We Love Trump reported:
CEO of Apple Tim Cook has a big idea that could make our future elections disastrous.
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In an interview with the New York Times, Tim Cook suggested that he would feel very comfortable with voting from an iPhone and even went on to say he dreams of one day of voting from his iPhone.
Cook was also quoted saying “I think we’re probably all having the wrong conversation on voting rights. We should be talking about using technology.”.
Hopefully voting on an iPhone will stay in Tim Cook’s dream and never be made into reality.
Business Insider Tech reported on Cook’s thoughts:
Tim Cook wants Americans to be able to vote on their iPhones https://t.co/TPjYUWK93U
— Business Insider Tech (@BITech) April 5, 2021
One response was as follows:
Critical differences between online banking/online voting. Banking transactions can be reversed if there’s error or someone steals funds. Online votes, however, are not tied to voters. Voter has no way to know or prove vote was recorded accurately, no way to recover if inaccurate
— Kim Zetter (@KimZetter) April 6, 2021
The Ohio Secretary of State also responded:
Just a few days after Apple CEO Tim Cook said that Americans should be able to vote on an iPhone, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose called the idea “preposterous.” https://t.co/20cOcX56AQ pic.twitter.com/JI86TcolZP
— AppleInsider (@appleinsider) April 7, 2021