Utah considers penalties for open WiFi networks

Utah lawmakers are looking at ways to crack down on questionable online content, and one proposal has to do with penalizing those who leave their wireless networks open while rewarding those ISPs who self-police access to pornography. One ISP operator noted that free library Internet access would be the first casualty of such a law, and a law professor suggested that maybe parents should take some role in supervising their kids. Can you say free speech anyone?

To read more about Utah's potential WiFi ban:
- check out this article from Deseret News

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