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  • adj. Unable to be forged


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  • b biometrics are 'unforgeable' - which is demonstrably untrue.

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  • A set of ideas I have for procedural law, or "government" broadly defined, is that many of its dry steps might be based on Byzantine fault tolerance protocols along with cryptographic protocols that form tamper-evident structures such as unforgeable chains of evidence.


  • To believe in nonsense is an unforgeable demonstration of loyalty.

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  • Share your unforgeable moments with loved ones by uploading videos

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  • This _could_ be done by having the machines issue an unforgeable (digitally signed) receipt which includes the actual vote (human readable) _and_ a serial number.

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  • My angle on ID cards is that they may be of some use but only if they can be made unforgeable - and all our other documentation is quite easy to forge.

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  • No matter how unforgeable we make it, it will be forged.

    Archive 2004-04-18

  • Your "biometric characteristics" may be reasonably individual to you personally, but that is not the same as saying that what ends up inside a Smart Card or database is "unique" or "unforgeable".

    Archive 2003-11-01

  • The use of unforgeable certificates for each shipment of rough diamonds would "more or less harmonize" the trade around the world,

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