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Biometrics do not offer non-repudiation

values of PIN can be tried in succession, lowering the actual strength of the PIN mechanism in a way that the biometric is not subject to. Thus it could be reasonably argued that the biometric is stronger than the PIN in this case; but how much stronger? Also, the biometric may be subject to a spoofing attack which has no equivalence for the PIN, so how much (loss of) strength is this worth? However the biometric cannot be lost or disclosed in the way that a PIN can be (and often is!), so how much strength is this worth? These arguments have been extensively reviewed, and a recent [suite...]

Date: 2007-09-19 08:04:54

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The Essential Elements of a Contract under the Spanish Law ...

The contracts required to appear in public documents are (1) real estate property contracts; (2) real estate leases for six years or more; (3) pre and post nuptial agreements; transfer, repudiation or succession of marriage property; [suite...]

Date: 2009-01-28 08:00:00


That the transferee is still alive (no predecease), willing (no repudiation) and is capacitated to inherit. It is noteworthy that if the heir instituted is incapacitated, repudiates the inheritance, or predeceases the testator, said heir inherits NOTHING. The same conclusion is reached when although the heir is ready, willling and able- the right is not transmissible or descindible- as for instance the right to support. While it is true that a person has the right to transfer his or her inheritance but this only takes place by virtue of his will (i.e testamentary succession )or by operation [suite...]

Date: 2010-07-06 01:16:00 » Blog Archive » Could the Tory race affect ...

Brown’s price eases from 0.23/1 to o.4/1 As the chart shows the implied probability of Gordon Brown succeeding Tony Blair, based on the best betting price, has moved sharply since the high-spot of the Chancellor’s speech at the Brighton conference just a month ago. Although this is a very light market with little liquidity it is clear that there the near certainty that last month’s 0.23/1 Brown price suggested has been affected by what has been going on in the Tory party and the prospect of a Cameron leadership. The Observer’s chief political correspondent, Ned Temko, is reporting [suite...]

Date: 2005-10-23 05:54:06

Louis Xviii Of France

The two deaths elevated Louis Stanislas to second in the line of succession, while Louis Auguste, acquired the title of Dauphin. Louis Stanislas found comfort in his governess, the comtesse de Marsan, as he was her favourite out of all her charges (Louis Stanislas’ brothers and sisters). Louis Stanislas was taken away from his beloved governess when he turned seven, the age generally acknowledged as the end of infancy and the beginning of boyhood. Women could not govern a boy after they attained this age, so the role was then assumed by a male, known as a governor, duc de la Vauguyon, a [suite...]

Date: 2010-10-18 21:40:30

WOMAN of ACTION – Ellen Johnson

Meanwhile in Liberia an interim government was put in power, lead by a succession of four un-elected officials (the last of whom, Ruth Sando Perry, was Africa’s first female leader). By 1996 the presence of West African peacekeepers created a lull in the civil war, and elections were held. A First Attempt at the Presidency: Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf returned to Liberia in 1997 to contest the election. She came second to Charles Taylor (gaining 10% of the vote compared to his 75%) out of a field of 14 candidates. The election was declared free and fair by international observers. [suite...]

Date: 2010-10-16 23:22:04

Reconsidering Columbus Day

Apparently a succession of 15th century popes assured European rulers that, if their exploring minions found a new land, their Christian religion entitled them to claim dominion over it -- and by extension over its inhabitants. The Anglican Church of Canada has recently also renounced this historical assertion. The Doctrine of Discovery was a principle of charters and acts developed by colonizing Western societies more than 500 years ago. It begins with “the very simple idea in the Western tradition that is if you discover place, you have control and ownership over that place,” said [suite...]

Date: 2010-10-12 15:23:00


Despite the Hindu Succession Act being passed in 1956, which gave women equal inheritance rights with men, the mitakshara coparcenary system was retained and the government refused to abolish the system of joint family. According to this system, in the case of a joint family, the daughter gets a smaller share than the son . While dividing the father's property between the mother, brother and sister, the share is equal. The Constitution of India enshrines the principle of gender equality in its Preamble and Parts III, IV and IVA pertaining to Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and [suite...]

Date: 2010-09-01 03:22:00

Louis Xviii Of France | Post

The two deaths elevated Louis Stanislas to second in the line of succession, while Louis Auguste, bought the title of Dauphin. Louis Stanislas found comfort in his governess, the comtesse de Marsan, as he was her favourite out of all her charges (Louis Stanislas' brothers and ..... It was very soon after their arrival that they learned of the death of Paul I. Louis hoped that Paul's successor, Alexander I of Russia, would repudiate his father's banishment of the Bourbons. [suite...]

Date: 2010-10-18 19:18:37

USA Africa Dialogue Series - Interview:PRESIDENT JONATHAN'S ...


Date: 2010-10-11 02:26:00

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