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09:48:20 on Thu, 29 Nov 2007, "Griffiths, Ian"
<[log in to unmask]> writes
>In any case, it's probably preferable to have some level of protection
>than none, caveats of complacency aside.
I often meet lawyers who claim it's worse to try to take some sort of
precaution and bungle it, than to not try in the first place. In other
words "giving a sense of false sense of security".
In the case of these two CDs, for example, there has been much scoffing
at the concept of "password protecting" them, and what that actually
meant, and whether it gave any real protection at all.
Belt and braces is best, of course. Protect the data *and* send it
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