That shouldn't cause a lot of false lockups since it has to be different sites. How often do you even use your credit card on 2 different sites within one minute?
The real issue is, as you say, the crooks will just go low and slow to avoid the lockout. It's the same problem with password guessing. Since they don't care which particular card is solved when, they can just do many in parallel, all just below the lockout threshold and still solve cards at a high rate.
It was the other way around - Germany declared war on US, after US declared war on Japan after Pearl Harbor. US response declaration came later, and was merely a recognition of the fact that state of war existed in the wake of the German declaration.
While you are right in the technical side, combine pattern recognition with an over-eager and stupid prosecutor to get the outcome I described.
No, there isn't one. But this statement doesn't establish a clear separation of church and state. The way it has been historically interpreted by pretty much every Christian society, is that there should be a distinct secular leaders (and hierarchy under them) and religious leaders (and hierarchy under them), but they are not separate. The secular leaders have a duty to promote and spread religion, and protect it from attacks (including ideological attacks - punishing heresies etc). And the religious leaders preach that it's a religious duty to obey the [righteous] secular leaders, and bless their policies. This has been the case since Constantine, and the Greek even concocted a term for this arrangement - "symphonia of powers".
In practice, you still get a theocracy.
Donald Trump IS legitimately the President-elect. When he takes the oath of office in January, he will be the legitimate President
This coming from someone who believed Barack Obama wasn't a legitimate president because of his skin color.
Which part of the question is loaded?
It's very blunt and straightforward: if the Trump administration follows up on any of his campaign promises wrt Muslim registry, will you assist? Yes/no?
And it's not even out of the blue. It's not like it is a deliberately concocted hypothetical scenario. It is something that Trump himself has talked about, repeatedly. It's not at all unreasonable to ask companies whether they would be involved.
It does not mean precisely what you think it does. Trump has total and complete control of all houses of government, plus now the supreme court, and him and his party has complete freedom to quickly ram through their entire, radical agenda, which his appointments make clear he will do.
Right now he barely has control of his Twitter feed. And one thing that people on your side of the aisle are learning quickly, it's that things probably aren't going to work out the way you thought they would when you voted for him.
We'll see what happens.
Second, that popular vote "winning margin" is almost entirely in California...if you subtract California from both candidates' total votes, trump won the popular vote.
And if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle. You wanna start subtracting states? Can we subtract Texas, South Carolina and Mississippi too while we're at it?
The majority of Americans have accepted that the election is over and that Donald Trump won.
They also accept that he got 3 million fewer votes than his opponent. Will he be president? Almost certainly. Will he have a mandate? Certainly not. Will he be considered legitimate at any point in the 18 to 30 months he'll be president? Nope.
You can fork systemd, except you don't have a team to help you and a company to pay you, so in practice, you can't really.
I do not need to. I can use sysIV init. It is finished, reliable, reasonable fast. No need for maintenance. And in the same venue, I find that packaged that need boot-scripts but do not support sysIV init are not worth using anyways.
Save energy: Drive a smaller shell.