There's actually more independent bookstores this year than there were last year
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According to ESFI The most recent data from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission shows that there are nearly 400 electrocutions in the United States each year, about 60 of which were related to consumer products.
According to wikipedia guns are involved in 84000 or so non-fatal injuries and 32,000 deaths each year in the US
There is electricity in almost every building, it is far more widespread than gun ownership and way safer, I would say largely because of interfering governments that have mandated safety features over the years
Not to mention that electricity is far more useful than a gun
If you want results out of it it seems reasonable to put data in for analysis.
Also, I can imagine Deepmind taking better care of the data than the UK government does. I think the government has had a string of data breaches in the past.
Finally, presumably the company has deep pockets as well as a deep mind and can therefore be sued if they are negligent.
I don't buy into the claims of impropriety, after all these are political parties/clubs and they can elect their leaders however they please.
But let's just say for the sake of argument that it were "rigged". It's the leaders that are being accused of rigging it, not the voters. Putting un-needed hurdles in the way of voters is not going to address what we're talking about.
"Pascal is Pascal is Pascal is dog meat." -- M. Devine and P. Larson, Computer Science 340