Estonia, of all countries, is set to hold the world’s first national election in which people can vote over the Internet. To do it, voters will have to put their state-issued ID card, which has an electronic chip on it, into a reader attached to a computer and then enter two passwords. The e-voting system was tested earlier this week by letting people elect the King of the Forest. The 10 candidates included moose, deer, and boars, which isn’t too far from candidates in the U.S. who are represented by the donkey, elephant, and lots of bores. Officials didn’t announce who won the position as King of the Forest, though the Cowardly Lion reportedly wanted the position pretty badly.

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