Assuming that the chunks will be released to the public, then yes, you are right.
You assume a natural disaster attacking your data.
It's less of being added to a blocklist, and more of being unable to get removed without paying and going though the other hoops.
But I want to be able to blame "hackers" when I mess up.
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If party X gets a low digit amount of votes(lets say 3%), then the next time there is a close election that could be decided by those votes, both the main parties might grab some of party X's stands to get a few more votes.
And the main parties hopefully don't grab some of the batshit insane stances.
Different keyboard manufacturers have a selected range of keys that their keyboards can type, which will probably get confusing:
"Only hp unicode keyboards have the print symbol. For other unicode keyboards or ASCII keyboards, type alt-8713 to get the print symbol."
A diode maintains a one way flow of current.
FB requires your current password to change your password.
And goatse harms people otherwise uninvolved.
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Don't forget the recharger, which might be expensive or inefficient.
The manufacturing process could also pose a problem, it might require plenty of energy and/or release waste.
However people can still leave their routers on while they sleep/are at home.
But of course the signal would be weaker.
Couldn't it be possible to have a botnet upgrade into different versions, allowing it to split?
Virus writer releases virus A and sets up control server A.
Botnet A gets large, and the writer is worried about authorities, so he sets up servers B and C, as well as writing two updates.
Botnet A gets update B or update C from control server A.
The update installs the new virus and removes the old one.
Botnet B gets large, virus writter sets up servers D and F.
If it's split before the AVs pay any considerable attention(or if you split enough to confuse them), a writer could write a fast spreading botnet, without having to worry about it getting too large.
I would imagine that setting up new servers and updates might be a hassle though.
Amazon claims that Associates bidding on generic words such as "books", "literature", "poultry", "widget" , etc, are violating Amazon's Associate Agreement, because it might match with phrases like "Amazon widget" or "Amazon poultry".
Associates who bid on any PPC terms will have their complete earnings withheld, and their accounts closed.
Unfortunately, Associates who publicly state that it happened, will have their accounts closed and all earnings withheld. Amazon makes slight changes to each email so they can track anyone who posts the email publically, and to make it difficult to find other Associates who complain publically about the issue.
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