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Online Banking & Security Q&A

From USA TODAY Approach your online security with the right frame of mind. Q. What's the safest way to do my online banking: over a wired connection, powerline networking or Wi-Fi? A. The answer doesn't matter as much as you might think, but asking the question does mean you're approaching your online security in the right state of mind. Overall, a wired ethernet...

Answers to questions are going out….

Sadly we have been severely backlogged with questions and are finally getting caught up. Thou some might not like the answers, they are going out to people as I type. Keep them coming! Some notes, please remember to give enough details with your question so we can try to best understand the issue and give an educated answer. If you really want...

Ask a Cop?: Failure to yield to an emergency vehicle

-----Original Message----- From: katie Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2013 7:32 AM To: info@coptalk.info Subject: failure to yield to emergency vehicle? If a cop already has someone pulled over on the side of the road, and you swerve around them but don't go completely into the second lane, is that a considered a failure to yield to an emergency vehicle? I received a ticket last night...

The 13 weirdest Bay Area crime stories of 2013 – Gallery

See the full story on SFGATE.com - Ah, the Bay Area. Weird and dirty, strange and exotic. It’s a place so quirky that we explain things away with a shrug and the phrase, “Ah, San Francisco.” The Chronicle’s reporters encounter so many bizarre tales each year. We compiled 13 of the strangest in this year-end gallery.