I expect this doesn't work both ways.
So there will be no rush of US executives being prosecuted in non-US courts.
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Erm, correct me if I'm wrong, but hasn't the moby industry trotted out 'fact' after 'fact' 'proving' that mobiles have no effect on your brain.
So, over to you, Mr. Nokia
Meanwhile, presumably you'd need to be pretty demented anyway to use a moby for that amount of time, oh wait, I forgot the 'manager class'
"I wonder if the only reason that they paid attention to the tiger video was because the other video that he is still being prosecuted for had something very wrong going on in it"
Exactly - then when the March trial comes up, they can say he's got a previous, and make the sentence all the more severe. I suspect that the March one is actually a bit flimsy, and needed this tiger one to 'bolster it up'
1 BC was not followed by 1 AD
It was followed by 0 BC, then 0 AD then 1 AD
366 days BC was the last day of 1 BC since after that there would not be a full year BC.
0 BC ran from 365 days BC to the actual birth day.
Then 0 AD ran from then until 365 days AD after which it became 1 AD since it could not be 1 AD until an actual year had elapsed.
(I'm ignoring leap year possibilities here)
So it's worse than you think, there was not no year zero, there were TWO of them !!
I like evil_trev's idea #2 withe the double password. Excellent.
3. What about if the password to my encypted files is not actually held by me e.g. a friend typed it in and I actually and genuinely don't know it (I do the same for his files)
4. What about if the password is about 50 characters long and I only ever copy/paste so I have no recall of what it is, like who can realistically be extected to remember a 50-char password made up of mixed alpha, num, and special chars ... oh and the source I copy it from is online "somewhere" can't remember the URL which is not a "key" it's a URL - important difference - the key is located at the URL but I'm being asked for the key itself, and nothing but the key
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