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Thursday, June 30, 2011


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I would think that this also says something as a reminder to people who have/operate/manage/ect a wireless network. You should be securing it with some sort of encryption, otherwise you are just leaving yourself open for something much worse than Google to come in and simply create a map of open hot spots. As far as what they did falling under the Wiretap Act, I could not agree more. Then again if I connect to an 'open' network, I dont do anything that I would want anyone to see let alone contain personal and private information. With all the hackers out there and all of the security issues that we have seen this year with networks, you would think that everyone would be more careful with what they do online and with the networks that are out there. Which only leads my thoughts back to securing your wireless networks, but that is my opinion.

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