Chapelle-Douglas' article (2006) explores the important developments implied by the uses of technology assessment. It mentions, as an example, TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) as a test that can be taken, regardless of where ELLs live. As far as assessments is concerned, an issue attracts my curiosity: legitimacy and honesty in answering a test. Since an online test can be taken anywhere (not necessarily, on a supervised testing site), how can we ascertain the legitimacy of the answers? Can the tested students be entrusted with their own answering? Can online tests be almost synonymous with "take-home" tests?