I've taken classes on network security and there are so many layers to the security and if any layer breaks the whole system tends to break down.
I still don't expect to get blamed should I forget one day and my car gets stolen.
No, but don't be surprised if people think you're none-too-bright for leaving your car unlocked.
Yes I would probably be banging my head on something hard until I could forget I did that.
Just like someone who has their digital media stolen from the cloud is not to blame and the law should back them up. However there are certain things you just do not do even if the law supports the activity. For example parking a Ferrari in a bad part of town with the doors unlocked and the keys in the ignition. The law needs to track down that car if it is stolen but the person doing this is still an idiot.
8.5 years later things really haven't changed since before we got married. We still argue at times, sometimes fairly heated. We don't always make up after the arguments but we understand we are two different people who often see things differently but are committed to each other.
I think having a wife that is just like me would be more relaxing but probably a lot less interesting.