Put your money where your mouth is then. Withdraw all your money from your banks and investment accounts and lock em up in a vault, because most of our financial institutions are connected to the internet. Eric Yan and how often do financial institutions and retailers have massive data breaches that lose millions of people’s financial info to hackers? All of the time nowadays. Further, you’re comparing apples to oranges, there is NO incentive for a criminal to attempt voter fraud, so what you are implicitly suggested is a massive conspiracy to tamper with mail-in ballots, something which in theory I wouldn’t put past either Stay at home by the order of the Peaky Blinders shirt but in practice would be far too difficult to pull off or keep secret, especially when gerrymandering, voting machine manipulation and typical methods of voter suppression already work so well. You’re putting words in my mouth, I never said anything about in-person/mail fraud, I just want people to have the option to vote online. Data breaches are what’s called an acceptable risk, both in terms of the chance of it happening, and in terms of the severity of damage done by the lost information. An online voting system wouldn’t have any more information than the DMV, or any number of other government services that already offer online transactions. The added risk of government agencies providing online voting in addition to other online services is basically zero, but comes with the benefits of instant confirmation, reduced barriers to voting, and reduced costs.