Wi-Fi Alliance: More people stealing Wi-Fi access

A new poll from the Wi-Fi Alliance found that some 32 percent of those questioned admitted to trying to access an unsecure Wi-Fi network that wasn't theirs. And some said they had done it once while others indicated they had done it several times. That figure is an increase from the 18 percent who admitted to stealing Wi-Fi access in December 2008. Article

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