Re: Re: Well, clearly not an authorized connection
Where I do agree with this to a point, there is still the understanding that an open connection is not a secure connection and you take the responsibility yourself when connecting to an open connection to encrypt your "tunnel" through it because by nature, its insecure. This means, the person with the open WiFi has the right to police their Wifi as they see fit, even if it means letting the police onto it with a specific intention. The police used that to get a warrant to search the house. They didn't use that and say "OH LOOK ITS THAT GUY!" without getting proper evidence. Though with lack of how they got the search warrant the first time I do not know so I can't comment.
Thats what I was thinking. The owners allowed access to their wireless access, but, even windows warns you that the data you are transmitting over the unsecured network is vulnerable to people seeing what you are doing.
Warranties are usually through the manufacturer and not Newegg. Unless you are talking the extended warranties and then that would be NewEgg and even then I have not had an issue getting something replaced even if it was something I screwed up on.
My self, I have done near that much business with them. With the company I currently work for, our business account has spent nearly $120k this year alone and we are ramping out a pushout of new hardware and will be ordering Monitors, keyboards, mice, and adapters through them, currently the price is around 30k. My boss and I are happy with them and have each ordered shirts from them.
Umm...being in a leadership role in a governmental branch, you should have a paper trail to make sure you are operating legally and within you boundaries of authority. I guess she doesn't want people to see what she was really doing.