Asutralia's rural internet is still pathetic, with some areas either unconnected or sporadically connected by pre-dialup speed satellite connections. There is literally no way Australia has any potential to go cashless in 3 years time.
ferret4 writes: Arobott has been detained by police at a political rally in Moscow, with authorities attempting to handcuff the machine.
Police have not confirmed why they detained the machine named Promobot, but local media was reporting the company behind the robot said police were called because it was "recording voters' opinions on [a] variety of topics for further processing and analysis by the candidate's team".
what does it take to put someone out of business? Isn't there a legal responsibility (in Australia and Canada at least) to shut this business down until they can prove they're no longer being criminally negligent and deceptive?