An agency might say it needs the vulnerability for only a few months.
“A decision to withhold a vulnerability is not a forever decision,” Daniel said in the earlier interview. So if the conditions change, if what was originally a true [undiscovered flaw] suddenly becomes identified, we can make the decision to disclose it at that point.” Adam Goldman contributed to this report.
SHOW OFF YOUR PERSONALITY IN PICTURESAs much as we tell ourselves (and others) that it's personality that really matters, you're less likely to swipe right on an unflattering photo.
It's key then that your snaps show you off in the best light – and show who you really are, not just your best assets.
A second feature also steadily increases the time allowed between attempts. government now has to weigh whether to disclose the flaws to Apple, a decision that probably will be made by a White House-led group. Some hackers, known as “white hats,” disclose the vulnerabilities to the firms responsible for the software or to the public so they can be fixed and are generally regarded as ethical.
A decision also can be made to disclose the flaw — just not right away.
Apple said last week that it would not sue the government to gain access to the solution. grapples with clash between privacy, security] If the government shares data on the flaws with Apple, “they’re going to fix it and then we’re back where we started from,” Comey said last week in a discussion at Ohio’s Kenyon College.
Still, many security and privacy experts have been calling on the government to disclose the vulnerability data to Apple so that the firm can patch it. Nonetheless, he said Monday in Miami, “we’re considering whether to make that disclosure or not.” The White House has established a process in which federal officials weigh whether to disclose any security vulnerabilities they find.
As soon as you find a new love interest you'll forget you've got friends anyway, so what's your mate doing gurning like a chimp alongside you in your profile picture?
Seriously, it's okay to have a bit of an ego here, be the centre of attention and avoid right-swipe confusion where people disappointedly realise you're "the other one" and not actually the photo's fitty.2.