So far as I can see it would be very simple to boost the numbers. There seems to be no check to confirm who is or not entitled to vote. The only check I could see is that you has to give an e-mail address. Anyone wanting to could create as many hotmail / gmail addresses as they had time for could stick any name down and "sign" the petition as many times as they like. There are company's to counter spam e-mail that provide the facility to have 1000 (disposable) addresses and for another US$15 up to 10,000. Mail to any of those go to the company and is forwarded. I've used them on forums when I want to make it easy for someone to mail me if the forum doen't have private messaging. If it's picked up by a web crawler and I start getting spam I either just blacklist it or suspend or permanently delete the address and send the spammer's details to the ISP and domain registrar. Same with subscriptions to newsletters and such like. At $9p.a. it's worth if for the amount of unwanted mail it stops. So if I was tempted to sign the petition more than once........... but no chance I can't stand those luvvies who think theyre brighter than us plebs just because they can act or sing a bit.Carolina wrote:This petition has gone viral. Over 3.5 million signatures in 2 days.
Anyone who is a UK resident or a British citizen can sign this petition. This includes British citizens living overseas.
Worth signing if you agree. especially those who didn't have a voice in the referendum (over 15 years living in Greece) this is probably your only chance to have a say https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584
scooby wrote:Because the petition won’t make any difference I just signed it 3 times with 3 email address, plenty more desperate remainers can obviously do the same.
peebee wrote:...Everything and every news article is biased towards remain.
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