Inmate 1: "I was arrested for mass shooting toddlers. And you?" Inmate 2: "Apparently smuggling sausage and cheese across international borders." Inmates in chorus: "Good Lord man, haven't you got any shame?"
UK Dogs: keeping Britons free from dangerous sausage and cheese and protecting traditional fish and potatoes.
If you don't know somebody from some place then the first thing that will be taken into account is physical features. Such things will eventually lose importance as the couple relationship evolves and that's precisely what the article says. Once you have known a person for a long time then looks become less important.
The question is at what point is the lock on the door overkill?
That's up to the person installing the lock to decide?
There is a point perhaps where the level of encryption goes past doing the job and gets on to being legally obstructionist. Just saying...
No such thing. Security measures are never enough to keep attackers at bay. We re seeing more and more robust encryption being deployed because attacks are becoming more and more sophisticated. And you can blame the Governments (including the US) for that. When Google found out the NSA was tapping into their intra-server communications just because they could they sped up the deployment of strong crypto on these pipes. So, as to answer you, when you have people like China (and the US) meddling everywhere, no lock is overkill enough.
Re: Re: Nature Also Runs Everything On Nuclear Power ...
U mad, bro?
Taking steps to avoid screwing the environment costs. And there's no immediate benefit in applying such measures. But in the long term? The best example that comes to mind is Minamata in Japan. They only started caring for the waste they were throwing in the environment when several people started becoming ill and dying. When it starts costing money then companies will adopt treatment systems willingly. But then it might be too late.
That. It does not matter if the workload will be tremendous. All cases should be reviewed and reversed if this was the evidence that caused the conviction. "BUT CRIMINALS WILL WALK FREE!" Yes, and I'd rather see them all free than one innocent jailed.
Unless there is info paired with that IP (IE: geo location collected from gps, towers on a mobile phone that uses such ip, internal nat address) then the accuracy is as good as me guessing the next Powerball numbers. And I'm not even taking into account vpns, proxies, spoofing, dynamic ips, open networks etc etc etc.
I think the conclusion here is that an IP as an identification tool (including everything besides Geo) sucks. And yet it is being used widely as if it's infallible evidence of whatever. So, yes, me receiving Romanian advertising because my browser spoofs my IP is ok but a Romanian being prosecuted and arrested because something wrong I did using his IP is quite problematic.
I'm no doctor here but I can assure you that it does not happen with mechanical pumps if properly installed. You can go for added pressure or added flow depending if you install them in series or in parallel. And even then you can add valves to prevent backflow depending on your needs.
So if there is backflow or something then the setup isn't correct.
It's amusing how these people talk about Google as it is some sort of threat. The MAFIAA history is littered with these examples. Every single new entrant to the market has been met with the same apocalyptic speech and many ended up bringing much more money to these idiots. If anything, they will be the ones to kill themselves in spite of anything innovative services and equipment do to drive money their way.