If she was an accountant, why would she have access to planning data? That doesn't make sense. If she's given clearance, she's given clearance. Unless maybe she's leaking that information or taking it offsite. How could you be charged with accessing something you have permission to access? » 10/20/14 9:43pm Monday 9:43pm

It really depends on what part of reddit you delve into. It has communities that stretch across a wide variety of groups. /r/bicycling is a great place for people interested in cycling, /r/wot is a fandom for The Wheel of Time, /r/books is a great place for book discussions and relevant news. » 10/08/14 6:48pm 10/08/14 6:48pm

You wouldn't. Cookware is HEAVY. Part of what makes this stove do it's job so well is the way it's hardware interfaces with the burner. Now that it has better controls, you can cook in it more easily. This things used to basically have an on and off mode; not great for cooking. » 9/25/14 4:29pm 9/25/14 4:29pm

I think you may be missing the point of the application. This isn't really about any kind of security. Rather, it's about being able to plug your device into a PC and see a bunch of information about it. A lot of people don't want to be bothered with finding their music or photo folders and move things manually. … » 9/25/14 8:47am 9/25/14 8:47am