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2017-12-06 06:35:30 PM  
Husband Hugh very disappoint.
 
2017-12-06 08:54:42 PM  
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2017-12-06 09:14:34 PM  
I've decided my previous post is not actually funny. Please accept my apologies.
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2017-12-06 09:15:33 PM  
But her emails!
 
2017-12-06 09:16:25 PM  
But her e-mails.
What crime?
 
2017-12-06 09:16:37 PM  
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2017-12-06 09:17:26 PM  
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What? Well what was I supposed to do, Sharon? I thought I was gonna make $30,000! Stanley, the only reason Daddy used that word is that he thought he would win money!
 
2017-12-06 09:18:08 PM  
Ok, computer.
 
2017-12-06 09:24:50 PM  
At least she won't face double jeopardy.
 
2017-12-06 09:25:20 PM  
What's a computer?
 
2017-12-06 09:28:53 PM  
So I'm curious what the charge is if she broke into someone's desk and read their personal notes or diary... Would that be a felony as well?
 
2017-12-06 11:09:53 PM  
Someone didn't revoke her credentials when she left that job.
 
2017-12-06 11:37:45 PM  
but...but... she's a GIRL!   let her go!
 
2017-12-06 11:48:55 PM  
So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?
 
2017-12-07 01:06:58 AM  

bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?


So is sharing your Netflix password
 
2017-12-07 01:31:48 AM  

rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password


Don't be silly.
 
2017-12-07 01:59:56 AM  

rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password


But I don't have a Netflix password.
 
2017-12-07 09:14:55 AM  

bratface: rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password

But I don't have a Netflix password.


That's why you get in trouble for sharing it.  Stop doing that!
 
2017-12-07 10:44:52 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password

Don't be silly.


Read the CFAA, also google a bit. There is nothing silly about that
 
2017-12-07 11:10:42 AM  

rcain: ArcadianRefugee: rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password

Don't be silly.

Read the CFAA, also google a bit. There is nothing silly about that


I did; it's nonsense, a ridiculous interpretation of the decision of that one case.

After all, you have to be able to share your password. With your spouse. With your kids. Why not the relative who's staying with you. Etc.

This isn't like email or Facebook.

Plus, NetFlix says it isn't.
 
2017-12-07 11:27:16 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: rcain: ArcadianRefugee: rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password

Don't be silly.

Read the CFAA, also google a bit. There is nothing silly about that

I did; it's nonsense, a ridiculous interpretation of the decision of that one case.

After all, you have to be able to share your password. With your spouse. With your kids. Why not the relative who's staying with you. Etc.

This isn't like email or Facebook.

Plus, NetFlix says it isn't.


Shiat all started in the '80s as a way to get tough with phreakers, wardialers and other fun-loving ruffians.

It boils down to "unauthorized access" which now can be applied to everything from trying to steal nuclear secrets from the government to your smartphone accessing your workplace email after you were fired and IT forgot to disable your account.
 
2017-12-07 11:43:05 AM  

SansNeural: ArcadianRefugee: rcain: ArcadianRefugee: rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password

Don't be silly.

Read the CFAA, also google a bit. There is nothing silly about that

I did; it's nonsense, a ridiculous interpretation of the decision of that one case.

After all, you have to be able to share your password. With your spouse. With your kids. Why not the relative who's staying with you. Etc.

This isn't like email or Facebook.

Plus, NetFlix says it isn't.

Shiat all started in the '80s as a way to get tough with phreakers, wardialers and other fun-loving ruffians.

It boils down to "unauthorized access" which now can be applied to everything from trying to steal nuclear secrets from the government to your smartphone accessing your workplace email after you were fired and IT forgot to disable your account.


Well, yeah. I remember when Google started their [brain fart] thingy with the Google vans going around --

--STREET VIEW (Jesus...) and they were basically war driving, and got biatched at just for that (despite all their connections being to open WiFi).

It's another one of those "X is bad, so we'll make B thru X illegal."
 
2017-12-07 02:22:20 PM  

SansNeural: bratface: rcain: bratface: So she read somebody else's emails? That is a felony?

So is sharing your Netflix password

But I don't have a Netflix password.

That's why you get in trouble for sharing it.  Stop doing that!


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2017-12-07 04:49:44 PM  
My little brother is a Jeopardy winner.

*csb
 
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