Storing the decryption key on a RAM disk would probably work. Power goes out and everything on that disk goes *poof*. No more decryption key.
... but alas I can't go back.
Not true. With the Nexus 5 you can go back.
You just need to manually flash the OS.
Fixed that for ya. I swear every time I have to use an Android device I get a migraine, it's like the UI is designed to drive sane people absolutely mad.
Fixed that for ya.
You say that like they can't both be true.
because the country is a hub for IT outsourcing
Especially if it's dull.
Agreed, anyone who claims we, humanity, survived contact in Childhood's End needs to read the book again. Humanity was at best absorbed. Anyone who accepted the offer was human in appearance only as a personal preference. (And the ability to choose is basically a lie. No matter how often you chose "No" the offer was always there. The sphere wasn't leaving until there were no more humans to accept.)
For anyone who might be wondering why the buckles are missing, there is an old trick that uses a belt buckle to break certain types of handcuffs.
I disagree. Google seems to be most interested in disrupting the stagnant pricing and services provided by incumbents. Setting up where the incumbents are not, while irritating, won't force them to fight to keep their existing customer base.
Why do we enshrine lies?
Because the laws that should protect against such things are written by politicians. Is everything understood now?
It means you will never be hired by your former employer again, no matter how qualified or perfect you are for a job they need to fill. It has nothing to do with other employers. It is strictly internal to the original company.
This is why many businesses will not let you use their phones to make/receive personal calls.
I recall seeing a gzip archive that that was specifically crafted to extract itself. Basically so a virus scanner would recursively extract the same file. It was intended to function similarly to a fork bomb if I recall correctly. (That was a long time ago though, and such an attack would no longer be functional. Virus scanners have wised up to such tactics.)
And as the GGP stated there are the wonderful zip bombs such as 42.zip. But 100 GB? Ha! Try 4.5 petabytes of useless garbage.
Yeah, I remember when I got my Nintendo as well... Cut my finger on the edge of the box when I opened it. Bled like crazy. Didn't care at the time, but the funny thing is I don't remember the games or the year. I remember the cut though, damn that hurt.
You mean you didn't *know* she was off making lots of little phone companies?