And again, these are the voter registration systems. This is very different from the vote system in the United States, which is very very hard for someone to hack into, cause it's so clunky and dispersed. It's Mary and Fred putting a machine under the basketball hoop at the gym. Those things are not connected to the Internet, but the voter registration are.
Seth, aside from embracing social media and creating a web presence for online ordering, what should traditionally offline small business such as a bakery be doing to stay competitive in the modern world of big data driven decisions?
Actually if the standard garden hose in the US of 5/8" diameter represented 1.5Mb, assuming an equal rate of flow, I believe the 6.8Gb in 802.11ac Wave 2 would be represented by a pipe 60" in diameter.
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