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Synonyms for cracker

a thin crisp wafer made of flour and water with or without leavening and shortening

a poor White person in the southern United States


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a programmer who cracks (gains unauthorized access to) computers, typically to do malicious things

firework consisting of a small explosive charge and fuse in a heavy paper casing

a party favor consisting of a paper roll (usually containing candy or a small favor) that pops when pulled at both ends

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45) Public employees have some redress in the ECPA, (46) but the Fourth Amendment also protects them from unlawful search and seizure.
40) Furthermore, the ECPA also lists several exceptions to this rule regarding electronic communications.
The business-extension exception is the most heavily litigated provision of the ECPA.
The task force found that the ECPA has generally served to protect the privacy of electronic communication.
The Constitution, not ECPA, must provide the backstop against executive overreach.
102) Part of the rationale for the ECPA was to extend
162) Further, Google and other search engines do not qualify as "electronic communication services" under the ECPA because they merely maintain a website.
Title I of the ECPA prohibits unauthorized interception of electronic communications.
District Court for Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2001), an insurance agent sued under both the ECPA and the stored communications provisions of the act when the company retrieved his e-mails from storage after they were sent and received by the intended recipient.
The American Planning Association launches the ECPA Academic and Professional Urban Planning Network with a 30-month grant from the U.
When I led the effort to write the ECPA more than 25 years ago, no one could have imagined that emails would be stored electronically for years or envisioned the many new threats to privacy in cyberspace," he said.
ECPA defines the terms that distinguish types of electronic communications, service providers, and electronic storage.
101) The ECPA extended Title III safeguards to nearly all radio communications, including cellular phones,(102) but provided exceptions for certain radio communications,(103) including those "configured so that such electronic communication is readily accessible to the general public.
The results also revealed that ECPA correlates more strongly with certain candidates.
result, many believe that ECPA does not offer meaningful electronic