You forgot my favourites, national security and in the national interest. Whatever they mean!
As already pointed out, The west German government was upto their necks in supporting this during the cold war, they know how it worked and were willing partners. Not to mention, under the UKUSA Securty Agreement http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UKUSA_Agreement, Europe and European Russia are under the UK's responsibility to spy on, the least they could have done is fly over the right consulate.
Version 4.3 of the same software on a tablet can even have restricted user profiles with own postcode that can access a whilst of applications.
This wasn't using Morse, in fact outside amateur radio, Morse hasn't really been used for several decades now. Until 2010 this would have been using teletype printers, likely using baudot or Murray code, neither of which use a dash even if one-off keyed. In 2010 the. Company in India upgraded.to a 'web based system's, according to Wikipedia.
FreeBSD already runs fine on UEFI, just ask Apple who use a modified version of FreeBSD in OSX and all Intel based Macs are UEFI now let's start calling this UEFI secure boot, an optional feature in the UEFI specification.
Strictly speaking, it can't be impossible in any Turing complete language if you can do it in another Turing complete language. But the main point stands, the language doesn't matter, one can do bad things in any language.
I wonder what you call "Microsoft Game Studios"? If not the publishing arm of Microsoft?
It's not like we don't have these chemicals on earth, it's not like we don't know how to handle them, not to mention, anyone landing on Mars will be wearing full EV space suits you know the ones that can handle major negative pressure differentials and have their own self contained air supply. What are they planning to do, jump out of the space capsule nude and throw themselves into the Martian dust?
Don't you mean asymmetric encryption? Symmetric encryption means it is the same key used, not a public/private key pair. However you are using it for integrity checking not confidentiality, you don't mind who can read the firmware binary, just want to make sure that is not modified in transport. Therefore it is a digital signature you want to use, not encryption.
Or worse, remaining silent due to some other issue (didn't want wife to find out you were elsewhere, you were off in another part of the country committing a lesser crime you still don't want to go to jail for, you are a government agent who doesn't want to leak classified information...) is taken as a sign of immediate guilt.
It all follows from that one concept. And for good reason, look in the history books as to just how much of a farce a trial is when that concept does not exist.
Name a journal that has paid a researcher to publish a paper. I'll tell you, there isn't one, researchers have to pay a "submission fee" to have their paper even considered if accepted copyright is often deferred to the journal, then they have to subscribe to the journal to read it. Infact the only thing the actual publisher pays for in this whole mess is the paper and ink to print the thing. I'm going to guess this is just another nail in the coffin of traditional academic journals as the researchers start taking more of their papers elsewhere for publishing.
Actually it is programming that is the specialisation of mathematics the specialisation is called discrete mathematics.
Any 3D Game Engine will include graphics rendering as part of it, as well as audio decompression. Admittedly they will try and leverage premade libraries and the gpu but someone still needs to write the shaders and write the code to pass the correct commands to the gpu as to how to render and update the polygons.
The only thing you correctly stated was that game engine development is only one possible career path with a C.S. degree.
You forgot to point out that most browsers don't interpret these days but JIT compile.