I'm not sure which system you're talking about that we have NOW is vulnerable to remote automated hacks. If there's a way to hack the system, someone will find it. But you're right, the system would have to be reasonably secure. And tampering with it a Federal crime subject to life imprisonment for all involved.I agree. My concern is that if we're going to replace our current system, which is vulnerable to remote automated hacks, with a system which relies on random selection, we'd need a random selection process that we could be reasonably certain would be more secure than what we have now.