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Hack the vote and then get the 16gb flash disk

Try to dig this: Hackers Invited To Crack Internet Voting.

A comment hitting that "common-sense-lang-yan-c'mon" spot:
1. Find bug, 2. Don't report it, 3. ????, 4. Profit!

More techie news: 16GB flash disk soon to come.

Meanwhile, the breakthrough of "phase-change" memory, which is 500-1,000 times faster than the current "flash" memory, has been announced.
"You can do a lot of things with this phase-change memory that you can't do with flash," IBM senior manager of nanoscale science Spike Narayan told AFP.

"You can replace disks, do instant-on computers, or carry your own fancy computer application in your hand. It would complement smaller technology if manufacturers wanted to conjure things up."
Which means in a few years, we will have smaller chips doing unbelievable, beyond our imagination things.

“Hack the vote and then get the 16gb flash disk”