Logging in legal definition of Logging in
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A colloquial term for the process of making the initial record of the names of individuals who have been brought to the police station upon their arrest.
The process of logging in is also called booking.
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Both personal and business users of the app were affected by the problems, although it is unclear exactly how many people were stopped from logging in
A program revision allowed teachers to monitor absenteeism by logging in
to report why a child had not completed a daily log-in.
Before time-sharing, logging in
wasn't a problem, given that there was nothing to log in to -- security could be handled simply by controlling access to the tape or punch-card reader.
This means more than 1,500 unique individuals are logging in
on a regular basis to help their organizations execute strategy.