from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of revocable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That can or may be revoked; revocable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being revoked or annulled
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As the wife of attorney James C. Fowler (a UCSB undergrad; UC Berkley J.D. circa 1968), a Mc Cain supporter and boat lover who owns a 43 foot yacht via some kind of revokable trust he established, and who is a partner with the prestigious firm Bingham & McClutchen, which list's Mehran's firm as a client on it's website, specializes in real estate law, does work in the energy sector, and who's clients also ocassionaly include people who buy military bases that have been closed, Mayhill Fowler inhabits that rarified air of the truly rich and truly elite.
If you generalize the problem of data tagging, a unified solution presents itself by jumping up and down and waving “hey, over here, look over here” … encrypted storage of data, decrypted on-the-fly with revokable access keys.
It may be a license to use that service freely, in whole or in part, but (with a caveat that I might be willing to admit of exceptions argued convincingly enough) that license should always be revokable by the creator, and until it is I see little reason to respect an inequitous privilege.
Indeed the key issue here is that the Godhar WERE the state (politicians, priests, and lawyers all wrapped up into one), and the thingmen essentially made revokable pledges to the various Godhar in exchange for support or protection.
Indeed the key issue here is that the Godhar WERE the state politicians, priests, and lawyers all wrapped up into one, and the thingmen essentially made revokable pledges to the various Godhar in exchange for support or protection.
If it had been signed and delivered, it would likely not be revokable. —
I also imagine that your identity provider will both store and federate a lot of data on your behalf, controlling access with revokable OAuth tokens and OpenID-set permissions.
The better way if you are desperate to use biometrics is surely to use local verification against a signed revokable card, used to trigger matching something else against the central encrypted record.
If you add up individual, joint, then also retirement accounts and if you have revokable trusts, which are accounts that, upon your death, it goes to a beneficiary.
They could have simply given Alexaholic a revokable license to use the name and therefore avoided any chance of “dilution”.