Don't try this at home, kids, I'm a professional.
Once upon a time, the PCAOB subscribed to me so months later, I've decided to return the favor. Listen, if you use your work email to get JDA, I'm going to see it and I'm going to Google you and I'm probably going to find some weird ass shit you like on Amazon. It's cool, that's what gmail is for. Or maybe you want me to find you. Either way, I'm not afraid to use my real email address because I'm pretty sure I'd like the PCAOB to know it's me, their pal JDA. xoxo.
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I don't like the idea of the PCAOB knowing anything about what is relevant to me considering the fact that little about me can be gleaned from knowing my obviously totally real first name "Jr Deputy" and email address. That I have some weird cop fetish? That I'm not really an accountant but some sort of mentee? What sort of information would then be relevant to me and how would the PCAOB know that?
Good thing someone over there has been watching, maybe they know what is relevant to my interests.