I've seen this movie.
Now that you've seen the special effects, you've seen ALL this movie has to offer.
It's quite a juxtaposition seeing such good visuals next to such bad story and acting.
I've seen this movie.
does it run the T-1000 os? wopr os?
What an expensive turd! I SHIT ON AMERICA! AMERICA SUCKS! AMERICANS ARE STUPID HEADS! americans are dumb stinky stupid butt heads!
The crypto key is what you are describing, not the pre-shared key the user uses.
The failure to communicate isn't our misunderstanding of the technological terminology, but your inability to put the technical terminology aside and listen to others.
And nobody was talking about what is "transmitted" so unclear what that has to do with whether the PSK you enter on the "passphrase" space on the router is a [PS]Key, or a passphrase. It's both. The terms are used interchangeably for that setting. And yes, that's confusing as "key" is used elsewhere for a different purpose. But that doesn't make your car-key not a key because it doesn't look like your house key.
navy seals are on there way.
"I see even Slashdot isn't immune to getting suckered into posting fake news?"
That statement doesn't make any sense at all. It implies that Slashdot has some very well respected reputation for vetting their news.
Chicago's move is rational. It placed a use tax on entertainment, then argued that streaming entertainment is entertainment, not a "purchase" (which would fall under a different use tax). They are 100% correct, and the move is 100% legal and consistent with existing law and rulings. It's just that Use Taxes in general are silly and ignored. They only work when the state claims a nexus and converts it to a sales tax.
Nothing can EVER be repeated
I'm not 100% sure what you mean by this. But if you mean that you cannot use a password that you've used in the past then I have a problem with this... having something jump out and say "you can't reuse this password" actually gives something away: that you've used the password! Maybe you've also used that password on other sites so by saying "you've used this, you can't use it again" is actually, imo, bad for security.
If you mean that you cannot use a character in the password that you've already used then this is also bad for security... it allows an attacker to know that characters cannot be repeated and this, therefore, weakens randomness.
Does "religious intolerance" include anything promoting religion?
Because that is quite insulting to me as an atheïst.
Or does this protection only apply to people who believe in deities?
Do these people somehow deserve more protection?
And if so, why?
I find your lack of faith disturbing... so I will sue you for emotional distress.