The data segment is read-write, since the values of variables can be altered at run time. This is in contrast to the read-only data segment (rodata segment or .rodata), which contains static constants rather than variables; it also contrasts to the code segment, also known as the text segment, which is read-only on many architectures. Uninitialized data, both variables and constants, is instead in the BSS segment.
Historically, to be able to support memory address spaces larger than the native size of the internal address register would allow, early CPUs implemented a system of segmentation whereby they would store a small set of indexes to use as offsets to certain areas. The Intel 8086 family of CPUs provided four segments: the code segment, the data segment, the stack segment and the extra segment. Each segment was placed at a specific location in memory by the software being executed and all instructions that operated on the data within those segments were performed relative to the start of that segment. This allowed a 16-bit address register, which would normally provide 64KiB (65536 bytes) of memory space, to access a 1MiB (1048576 bytes) address space.
DATA were an electronic music band created in the late 1970s by Georg Kajanus, creator of such bands as Eclection, Sailor and Noir (with Tim Dry of the robotic/music duo Tik and Tok). After the break-up of Sailor in the late 1970s, Kajanus decided to experiment with electronic music and formed DATA, together with vocalists Francesca ("Frankie") and Phillipa ("Phil") Boulter, daughters of British singer John Boulter.
The classically orientated title track of DATA’s first album, Opera Electronica, was used as the theme music to the short film, Towers of Babel (1981), which was directed by Jonathan Lewis and starred Anna Quayle and Ken Campbell. Towers of Babel was nominated for a BAFTA award in 1982 and won the Silver Hugo Award for Best Short Film at the Chicago International Film Festival of the same year.
DATA released two more albums, the experimental 2-Time (1983) and the Country & Western-inspired electronica album Elegant Machinery (1985). The title of the last album was the inspiration for the name of Swedish pop synth group, elegant MACHINERY, formerly known as Pole Position.
... as well as markers of strong digital citizenship, such as the absence of intrusive identifying techniques (i.e., device fingerprinting), user-friendly opt-out workflows, or data breach risk (i.e., identifiers shared without adequate hashing/encryption in the bid requests).
New international data partnerships ... These practices include the close relationship between the UK and the US due to the latter’s lower data protection standards, as well as the UK’s own intrusive surveillance regime, which has been enshrined in the Investigatory PowersAct 2016, otherwise known as the Snoopers’ Charter.
Several sections of the legislation call for the collection of biometric data, and at one point it mentions improving “non-intrusive inspection equipment, and radar and aerial surveillance equipment.” ... deployed systems are effective, the least intrusive means and cost effective.
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Two European security officials briefed on cyber-operations told Insider the attempted intrusion was likely an official North Korean operation to gather scientific data on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, one of just .
Two European security officials briefed on cyber-operations told Insider the attempted intrusion was likely an official North Korean operation to gather scientific data on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, one of just three vaccines so far approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization.
Two European security officials briefed on cyber-operations told Insider the attempted intrusion was likely an official North Korean operation to gather scientific data on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, one of just ... of multiple hacking intrusions via Microsoft network infrastructure.
“As Victims’ Commissioner and in my previous role as police and crime commissioner, I have been approached by victims distressed at wide-ranging and deeply intrusive demands by police and prosecutors to access their personal data when they make a complaint of rape or sexual assault.
AI is considered controversial because it relies on computer algorithms to make decisions based on patterns found in data ... That is a time-consuming and resource-intensive process, but it could also be less intrusive because the data is being handled by machines, not people,” he said.
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