On Tue, Oct 28, 2003 at 02:18:08PM +0000, David Cantrell wrote:
See also Openguides and its content, where you have no
way of knowing
whether it's cut n' pasted from $payware_restaurant_review_site or
copied from a book.
Only slightly; it's easy to prove something like a review was copied -
compare it against the original. Reviews have a high uniqueness level, and
running a diff against a review and a possible copy will quickly expose if
it's original or not. Postcodes, on the other hand, are a very short
alphanumeric string for which provenance is almost(?) impossible to
 I think the cryptographers call this "entropy".
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