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Footnote 23

"Computationally infeasible" is a relative concept based on the value of the data protected, the computing overhead required to protect it, the length of time it needs to be protected, and the cost and time required to attack the data, with such factors assessed both currently and in the light of future technological advance. See generally, Schneier, supra note 18, at § 7.5, 166-67.