However, unlike human captors, it might be vulnerable to buffer overflows, deadlocks, injection attacks, etc.
Are you sure it's a mix, and not an actual bullmastiff? They look a bit similar to boxers in coloration, but are much more massive (45-60kg). And they're the breed of dog I was thinking about. They instinctively knock people over and then keep them from getting up, either by sitting on them or headbutting them.
Get the right breed of dog and give it the right kind of training. There are dogs that were bred specifically for catching people while causing minimal harm - back then this was desired so the people caught could be publicly hanged, but I guess the dog won't really care that today it's more about avoiding negative publicity.
In a sane system, data abroad would just be outside their jurisdiction. The court couldn't simply get a warrant for it, just like it couldn't order someone fetch a physical item from another country.
Chuck Norris never blinks. Never.
A real warrant canary contains a date. You show that the canary is dead by not updating it at regular intervals.
Not really. At that point, money becomes pointless. Shortly thereafter, corporations (and highly-paid CxOs) become pointless.
You'd find within a year all the fast food workers replaced with an automated system that not only wouldn't get paid but would probably have a better track record than the underpaid overworked employees do know when it comes to getting orders correct.
You'd also find that since most people aren't employed and therefore have no money, your fast food joint would go out of business due to lack of customers.
The second option would be the "Star Trek Socialist paradise" which would be the most humane of the three,
Or something along the lines of "The Culture".
Three words: one time pad.
Brute force THIS.
Managers with antisocial personality disorder can deliver impressive short-term results. This happens at the cost of long-term results, but since when did shareholders ever care about those?
Yes, um, killing people by zapping them with too much ionizing radiation is "harmless" compared to having to scrap large pieces of machinery.
And "not killing our customers" isn't a business case if you don't kill too many of them.
I hate this. It's pretty much impossible to test for complete identity with the old product, unless you build an exact copy of the old product (which you no longer can, thanks to RoHS and such).
Also, how long does the fingerprint analysis take? Sometimes you need to fire in a hurry. One second might make the difference between you walking away and the other possibilites mentioned above.
You have to declare if you're carrying over $10k in certain kinds of monetary instruments (cash is just one of them, certain kinds of cheques are another).
Because the victim is only a person and not a corporation.e