Posts from August 2018.

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Question 1 - Who is the manufacturer of your router? (If you don't know, don't feel bad. You're not alone.)

Question 2 - What is your router’s “name”? (This one may be easier. Maybe it is “No Wi-Fi No Cry.”)

Question 3 - What is the admin login username to your router? (Is your answer, “See answer to Question 2?”)

Okay, okay. If you're like a lot of my recent test subjects (mostly against their will), you may not know the answers to those questions. That's okay. I'm sure you're still a good person. But, I thought I would take a minute to try to demystify how to ensure ...


When was the last time you had to create a new password and faced criteria such as, “Your password must be eight characters or longer and must contain characters from three of these four categories: a) uppercase (A-Z); b) lowercase (a-z); c) numeric (0-9); and d) nonalphabetic (e.g., !, $, #, %)? After you have digested the rule and created your brilliant password, how many times do you still get an error that your password does not meet the criteria and you have to start all over? It conjures up scenes from Office Space.

I think that we have all come to understand how passwords play a role in ...


In 2008, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“USEPA”) adopted the Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting (“RRP”) Rule under its TSCA authority. See 40 CFR §745.80 et seq. Congress’ purpose for implementing this rule was to protect occupants in homes and buildings built before 1978 from lead-based paint hazards during renovation. The RRP Rule requires anyone receiving compensation to perform work that disturbs paint in houses, apartments and child-occupied facilities built before 1978 to prevent or minimize exposure to lead hazards. The RRP Rule ...

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