"Civil rights groups dispute those figures and say other states have seen fewer African-American and Hispanic students attending highly competitive schools, especially in graduate level fields like law, medicine, and science."
I'm sure that is all about racism, and has absolutely NOTHING to do with whole "minority" thing, and there being less of them as a percentage of the population...
I see so you want the policy to be in place so that you can be outraged that it happened instead of preventing it from happening.
Nice slippery slope fallacy. You're 0 for 2. Care to try again?
Thanks for playing, next time try using your head...
If she were a Democrat, the article would talk about the racist/sexist Republicans that were trying to force her out.
The Democrats have only enhanced the spying and wiretapping, but you don't get outcry's about the likes of Facebook the Zuckerberg's of the world who are huge Democrat donors.
I love to see that "tolerance" the left is famous for.
If you are going to be managing these things, you might want to go with some sort of thinclient architecture with a beefy server, serving the old ex-XP boxes. This will reduce the configuration hassle long term, and make those crappy XP boxes seem pretty snappy. The downside, and it can be a doozy, if the server goes down or the networking is lousy, no one will be able to work.
The Mylar system supports searching of the encrypted data and encryption with multiple, separate keys allowing multiple users to have access to specific records without requiring any key sharing.
The server can operate in a completely compromised fashion (in theory), as the data is all encrypted on the client side, before it goes to the server, and the server will never have the plaintext or the key to decrypt the ciphertext.
They seems to be operating under the assumption that it is much harder to compromise all the clients than a single server...unfortunately I don't think that claim holds up as there is nothing to prevent compromise of the clients if the server is compromised, via simple XSS-like attacks, which will be trivial since it will be same-origin.
Using a time dilation drug does in lieu of actual time served does nothing to help keep them off the street.
Using a time dilation drug as well as a normal sentence amounts to psychological torture or near torture, and won't help with any corrective process which might have prevented repeat offense.
Bottom line: drugs like this have no place in or penal system, regardless of the ethical ramifications of using them on prisoners.
1) It should be realistically impossible for an outsider to determine or guess all the values that constitute a seed.
2) No matter how much of the "random stream" an attacker has seen, they should not be able to realistically determine the next value in the stream (without all the sources of entropy throughout the process).
3) Given the initial seed, an attacker should not be able to determine the random value at a point in the future because that value should constantly be affected by both new "entropy" inputs including the number of times, size, and amount of random data previously requested.
Detection of exploit kits via HTTP monitoring is one of our primary indicators of compromise, so this information is vital.