Cybersecurity experts also argue that creation of back doors
for the U.S., France or other Western countries could set a precedent that would give governments of nations like China or Russia justification to ask for similar access.
Identifying and assessing back doors
is only two-thirds of the process, however.
Learning at the Back Door
is definitely scholarly writing.
But they often cannot define or tally categories of "indirect spend" for non-production items necessary in the day-to-day operations--the back door
The two tried to open the apartment's front door, but had some trouble so they walked around to the back door
. There they saw Mr.
Only by using a proven and uniform tool for gauging students' success throughout their educational progression will we be able to locate and fix the pedagogical and structural problems that are continuing to make our "back door
" much less diverse and equitable than our "front door."
This back door
led into the laundry room, which wasn't just a laundry room.
Part of this I speak of from personal experience: (A) I don't deal with death very well, as most people don't, and (B) in any nursing home that I've been in throughout my career, as well as most hospitals, you walk in through the front door, but you leave by the back door
. Traditionally in nursing homes, the hallways are cleared and it is sort of hush-hush when someone expires.
Write to Rick Steves, Europe Through the Back Door
Even when we walked in through your computer's back door
, we still had to crack a few passwords to get your personal information to authorize credit card use.
The staffers say they were excluded from prayer meetings, told to enter through the back door
and denied use of the lunchroom.
The officers ran to the back door
and forced their way into the burning residence where they found a small unconscious child who Officer Rieson carried outside to safety.