Continuing the discussion from Oregon militiaman arrested after stealing wildlife reserve vehicle to go shopping:
What do you think? Do you actually trust the people you elect to do what they say? Are they as accountable to members of the public as vice-versa? Or do their procedures tend to obscure any meaningful oversight of their actions? Does being elected to office give them more right to privacy, or less?
This public key-card scheme is something I thought about a couple of weeks ago, and was thinking of creating a topic about anyway. But @daneel’s question related to it directly, so I thought that this was a good time to discuss it.