Are you tired of typing in that random set of letters and numbers when making an online purchase? Don't you wish there was an easier way? Well, pardon the infomercial tone, but there is a solution. An activist group called the Civil Rights Defenders created a new version of the Captcha system that asks human rights questions to differentiate between spambots and a human being. To advance to the next screen, one must simply show "compassion and empathy."

While there is a concern that this system would bring about plenty of trolling, there's no denying that this method is a lot simpler than typing something like this: QRJ76G2.  

[via The Verge]