Since unlimited plans haven't been available for years now by Verison, everyone on an unlimited plan is grandfathered.
I fixed that for you. There are plenty of carriers that still have unlimited data plans, Sprint and T-Mobile come to the top of my mind.
during brute force attacks, sequential reads from disk into RAM contribute to the overall MTBF and MTTF statistics for the hardware. depending on how old the disk is and how complex the encryption, you could very well end up with a nontrivial number of missing sectors and potentially corrupted data on the disk just from thrashing it for personal gain. depending on the encryption, any writes will also contribute to things like SSD write life
Except they don't run the brute force attack on the physical hardware that they confiscated in a search. The very first thing that is done is that the disks are cloned. Copies of the cloned disk image are then used in any attempt to brute force passwords or encryption keys.
So is the implication here just that it's harder to find highly competent women in technical fields rather than men?
DING DING DING! We have a winner!
Look I am all for equal pay for equal work and have no problems with working with women in the team or project.
I do have issue with someone being incompetent who is trying to do the job (be it a man or woman). And as you just stated, if the system really is anonymous skill assessment, then the people scoring the skill assessments don't know the gender, which simply means there are more highly skilled men that used the system than women, and that on average, the men that have used were more likely to get the job directly because they were higher skilled technically than the women.
I mean, this isn't really rocket science to realize that the more highly skilled person will be offered the job (when all other factors are eliminated by anonymizing the data). And thus if as they stated, that men have on average a higher technical score than the women on average, it isn't much of a leap to say that men would more likely be offered a job than women...
Exactly, and the big issue is Carbon in the UPPER ATMOSPHERE, not so much particulates on the ground.
If you are concerned with global warming, yes. If you are concerned with lung cancer, pulmonary disease, and asthma, no.