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As for the cell format, BMW is hoping for a good automotive-duty prismatic cell—the rectangular sort used in some personal electronics—because packaging is compact and more easily protected from intrusion.
Well, speaking for myself, my life is so plain vanilla that this type of personal intrusion wouldn’t bother me — bearing in mind that personal data such as my Social Security and bank account numbers are securely hidden and NOT on my computers.
If such an environmental intrusion were to occur at Split Oak Forest, Tavistock and Deseret -- which are pursuing enormous development in the area -- would conserve an adjacent corridor of forest and scrubland.
Part and parcel of such thinking is the depiction of Israel as a foreign intrusion into the region.
The March breach may also raise more questions about how thoroughly Equifax investigated the intrusion, according to Bloomberg.
Germany has seen a range of intrusions in past years, including a breach of its parliamentary network in 2015, when criminals stole 16 gigabytes of data.
Paint or other surface coverings such as stains protect wood and stucco from damaging water intrusion and other harmful elements like pests. 10.
Lastly, there are third-party intrusion detection teams that companies can contract with, sort of like a Sloman's Shield for your system.
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Origin and Etymology of intrusion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
INTRUSION Defined for Kids
legal Definition of intrusion
- the Fourth Amendment demands that the showing of justification match the degree of intrusion
- —Berger v. New York, 388 U.S. 41 (1968)
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