SPOTLIGHT: New child pornography bill won't hurt WiFi providers

There are many reports circulating about the ramifications of a bill that looks to protect children and adolescents from exploitation online, but Ars Technica pours cold water on all that hype. The bill holds the operators of open WiFi networks accountable for any content that passes through the connection. Community WiFi startups like FON will not be affected by the bill, should it pass the Senate, the report says, because WiFi isn't mentioned in the bill at all--nor are coffee shops, libraries or individuals running open access points.  Article

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