Paul did take notes. He wrote 13 letters detailing his preaching work.
EU Court Ruling Against WT on Data-Protection
Just have to commit it to memory until you get home - Doubty
What difference does that make?
Doubter....that last post re Paul making notes....please dear, just stop.
you are not helping your ‘cause’ - clearly bible accounts are different to personal note taking of HH whereabouts, times, and mobile numbers and addresses.
Niow, dear - please just stop.
The point is, the Bible is a written record, a record about people. No getting around that.
Doubter: "Just to reinterate, calculate the chances your information gets hacked on a network with “protections“ against the chances it gets compromised by me dropping a notebook with you info in it"
The chances that someone could read a dropped notebook is close to 100% (some handwriting is just illegible - lol). Most of the population can pick up an item and can also read - notebook hack complete.
The chance of stolen data with appropriate encryption applied being read is much lower. Encryption models are constantly updated to maintain a level of protection that would take more than a lifetime (and supercomputer-capacity that doesn't yet exist) to crack. That's just one of the layers of protection. Hackers have to try for direct access to the data before it's packaged up with encryption for transport (across the network or physically). It takes a screw-up by a human somewhere along the line to create a vulnerability. This is usually accomplished through social engineering, not the mechanics of some genius-hacker attacking a network (Hollywood is sooo inaccurate). I won't bother to calculate the odds for digital data, but I'm comfortable saying they're lower than the odds of someone being able to read a lost notebook.
Doubter why did you say 'Just have to commit it to memory until you get home'
Nice strawman buddy. I didn’t say calculate the chance of someone reading a lost notebook. I said calculate the chance of someone LOSING a notebook compared to getting hacked.
Doubter: The point is, the Bible is a written record, a record about people. No getting around that.
Um... what does that have to do with modern data laws? Laws aren't typically retroactive going back 1000+ years.
What were you saying about strawmen?
Paul did take notes. He wrote 13 letters detailing his preaching work
false. Paul didnt write most if them. He dictated
Doubter... what are you doing? You appear to have little grasp of how networks or computers really work, but can't give up on your notebook vs computer analogy.
"the chances it gets compromised by me dropping a notebook with you info in it"
The chances of a notebook you drop getting compromised is pretty high. I'd need to know the percentage of items you've lost or dropped over your lifetime to calculate your "drop" probability, but I'm not going to bother. Especially since the sample size (1 person) is too small to be meaningful. The problem isn't really about "dropping" notebooks (an accident), it's about how the data is intentionally shared in an unsecured manner with no protections (guidelines on how the data is handled and transmitted are part of the protections).