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Sunday February 19, 2006
08:50 PM

Still fodder for the conversation

[ #28736 ]
It's nice to see that my legal case continues to be noticed and discussed by experts.
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  • Although, the conclusions are not necessarily friendly to your cause.
    • The court found, basically, that Schwartz had diluted Intel's ability to preserve the confidentiality of the password data; since passwords have value "only so long as no one else knows what they are", Intel had "lost" something, even though it still had the actuall password data.

      Ah, well, since the password file does not actually contain the passwords, that would not be a problem....

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