Thank God for piracy!!
This piece of obscure information is required, but once it is known, everything is out in the open. The reference is therefore about how the algorithm uses this obscure piece of information. That is what needs to be open.
That in itself just doesn't make sense.
There needs to be a very fundamentally different view on how theft is perceived in cases where the information itself was never to be publicly released. This is not copyright, as nobody but the author was supposed to have a copy.
That makes it "theft".
I would argue that any work that is older than the time it takes for a child to reach adulthood, should be in public domain, because the creator has had enough time to benefit from it, at least as much as a parent has had time with a child.
So that copyright period of 21 years although possibly not optimal for the full greater good, is still at least reasonable. What has been around since before you were born, when you become an adult, is now your public domain birthright.
People will begin to regularly forget their keys if they rely on this, and all of the sudden, how much charge you have left on your phone could dictate your ability to gain access to your vehicle.
That, and just imagine trying to punch in a pin while being chased by Zombies. Fumbling for keys was bad enough.
Every one keeps parroting this, simply because Episode one just made no sense, so the only possible audience it would appeal to is children who can't really follow plot anyway, or don't actually care as long as the eye candy was good.
Tell me if it is such a kids movie, what the heck was a trade embargo, attempt to "negotiate" same trade embargo, the senate appeal, chancellor meeting room discussions, assassination attempt and the oh so ham handed midi-chlorians crap all about?
Kids just love politics don't they? Well don' they?
It was a train wreck, plain and simple.
You'd have plenty of framework to make a political commentary on the war on terror.
Please no more political commentary on the "war on terror" from Hollywood. Pretty please.
Why not just use true crypt and keep every single file you think is critical on that thumb drive. You can even default set your MyDocuments and force the drive type to a specific drive letter, so its transparent when you boot.
Bonus points because if your laptop is stolen, odds are you still have the drive in your pocket or wallet. Don't think you can cram a thumb drive in your fat wallet. Try this one on for size.
Eleventy Billion Dollars
Isn't a number.....yet.
Ok, second time I've had to do this; but, clearly the articles are pooorly written and do not describe the technology well, if at all.
Clearly you are making the false assumption that people are even reading the pooorly written articles.
I was healed in a week of a broken collar bone after a youth group prayed over me. That event has carried me through many a tough time.
You can't put it in a lab, and you can't force the experiment on God, but the proof is there if your willing to look at it.
Sorry about you loss, and God Bless
There are all kinds of last minute rescue stories in the Bible. Jonah and the whale, the parting of the Red Sea, even the bringing back from death of Lazarus.
Who but those without faith would assume that it's a lack of faith that motivates them?