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Good2Go may remind its users that consent can be revoked at any time, but there are still judges and juries that will take evidence that a person said “yes” to sex at one point, and conclude that they were asking for whatever happened later that night (or the next).

Here’s how it works: After deciding that you would like to have sex with someone, launch the Good2Go app (free on i Tunes and Google Play), hand the phone off to your potential partner, and allow him or her to navigate the process to determine if he or she is ready and willing. ” the first screen asks, prompting the partner to answer “No, Thanks,” “Yes, but … Only Yes means Yes, BUT can be changed to NO at anytime!

we need to talk,” or “I’m Good2Go.” If the partner chooses door No. ” If he or she opts instead to have a conversation before deciding—imagine, verbally communicating with someone with whom you may imminently engage in sexual intercourse—the app pauses to allow both parties to discuss.

SQL injection attacks allow attackers to spoof identity, tamper with existing data, cause repudiation issues such as voiding transactions or changing balances, allow the complete disclosure of all data on the system, destroy the data or make it otherwise unavailable, and become administrators of the database server.

In a 2012 study, it was observed that the average web application received 4 attack campaigns per month, and retailers received twice as many attacks as other industries.

In fact, Good2Go could contribute a dangerous new element to those he-said she-said rape cases.

What Good2Go doesn’t tell users is that it keeps a private record of every “I’m Good2Go” agreement logged in its system, tied to both users’ personal phone numbers and Good2Go accounts.

If she’s a new user, she’s prompted to enter her phone number and a password, confirm that she is 18 years old, and press submit.

(Minors are out of luck—the app is only for consenting cellphone to verify her identity with that app.

Note 1: A child generally lives in the same household as a registrable offender only if they live together in the household for at least 3 days (whether or not consecutive) in a period of 12 months (see s 60(b)).

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