So, I was wondering. You know how bad government website applications are regarding a lack of security in the source code? I've been thinking about how government website applications should only be viewed and not accessible via source code or inspection (looking at a live representation of the website in the browser). Well, I'm also studying at University and, after seeing a demonstration of being able to log into a virtual PC inside of my browser, and using it, I realize that it's possible to broadcast a video signal across the internet from a remote cloud computer. Then, I remembered the early internet from years ago and how many websites were done in Flash player, to do cool tricks, and it made many people decry it over bloated websites and a lack of accessibility and easy codeability. So standards-based code won out. But, back to my government topic, why shouldn't they broadcast the presentation of a government web application to the browser and stop using sensitive info in in-line source code transmitted to the user? And browser-side memory space? Maybe we got rid of Flash player too soon? So, why don't we fix the web and include a way to broadcast websites without passing readable code which was poorly written without thought of security, by poorly skilled government programmers? In other words, protect government web applications?