Goatboy wrote:I don't know exactly what they look for, but basically at that level they can tell, for example, that a particular bit was a 0 to begin with, then a 1, then a 0 again, 1, , etc. Sorry I can't explain it better. Google it, perhaps?
Goatboy wrote:Hey, all of those commas, with the exception of the double comma typo, were properly placed. However, understandably, I can see how someone like you may, in certain circumstances, become overloaded by the number, frequency, and density of commas in a sentence, and, in turn, slip, oh, so tragically, into a coma.
That enough for ya?
jovial01 wrote:What do you all think is better:
Digitally shredding the file making it mathematically/computationally infeasible to put back together again?
msbachman wrote:You can, theoretically, recover data after that, but it's not a simple matter anymore. We're talking, at that point, about electron microscopy to see vague, ill-defined, skips in overlaps where a bit might be readable from what it originally was.
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