You can almost hear the heavy breathing here, can't you?

Opinion: How to make democracy harder to hack - CSMonitor.com

"With the alleged Russian government hack of the Democratic National Convention email servers, and further leaks expected over the coming months that could influence an election, the drama of the 2016 US presidential race highlights an important point: Nefarious hackers don't just pose a risk to vulnerable companies, cyberattacks can potentially effect the future of the free world. "

Not that it’s entirely unwarranted. But what I get a kick out of is how, after many—many—of us have been talking about this—yea, yelling—since the days of hanging chads, suddenly—just this moment—it becomes news.

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