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Access

The ability or authority to view restricted data or enter a restricted area.
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By accessing the status page as the destination page, we can confirm the access is processed by which mechanism; Normal Assess Mechanism or Priority Access Mechanism.
Equipment loan banks mandated by local governments are a great help for people who qualify, but some of the services preclude many students with learning disabilities from accessing the equipment.
Country budget personnel are limited to accessing their country's data only.
In this model, young people are informed of the benefits of medical care, are assured of the confidentiality and affordability of that care, and become familiar with service providers in preparation for accessing health services.
Mary Marugg -- Documentation is not confidential for each individual, because other staff accessing their meds may see the documentation sheet.
There are four major mechanisms for obtaining high speed data service accessing a building: (a) digital subscriber line technology ("DSL") which operates over existing copper wiring installed over the past hundred years by the ILEC, (b) fixed wireless transmission systems which operate one segment of their network on a wireless point to point radio or laser beam, (c) high speed cable modems utilizing cable television infrastructure, or (d) fiber optic access.
Such access would allow an individual accessing the data to view and modify the taxpayer data.
With this announcement, Cisco brings a "Broadband-lite" experience to users accessing the Internet with dial-up/modem technology.
"A WAP phone user might start by accessing information like weather reports or traffic information," says Bontron.
Some auditing software even automatically checks for anomalies such as one-time accessing or an unusual time of day for a request and flags them for immediate attention.
During a recent crackdown on employees browsing through tax returns, the IRS fired 23 employees, disciplined 349 others, and counseled an additional 472 for accessing confidential information without authorization.
Many departments use computers for writing reports and accessing wanted and warrant information.

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