R.a.w.a. Politician Not Exactly Clued Up On Modern Technology

Comment from Senator Lindsey Graham triggers ridicule

Recent comments by Restoration of the American Wire Act political supporter Sen. Lindsey Graham have evoked some mirth and not a little marvelling in the online gambling industry this week as an indication of his lack of real-life engagement with modern technology.
Whilst sounding off about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's questionable use of her private email system for government business, Graham told Chuck Todd, host of the television program Meet the Press, that he had never sent an email in his life.
That is being seen as a surprising admission from a politician who claims a wide knowledge of the "evils" of a technology-oriented internet industry like online gambling, which he is doing his damnedest to have federally banned in the United States.
Exacerbating the issue is the fact that Graham is a member of the Senate Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law… a Congressional body that shapes US law and the progress of bills pertaining to technology.
It also does little to enhance his growing reputation as a politician prepared to further the anti-online gambling objectives of billionaire land casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, who is reportedly pouring money into lobbying and the reelection campaigns of politicians in his attempts to have online gambling banned in America through the R.A.W.A. (see previous InfoPowa reports).

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