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+ - Confessions of a Wi-Fi Thief->

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Michelle Shildkret, 360i on behalf of TIME.com
Michelle Shildkret, 360i on behalf of TIME.com writes "TIME.com has an article up about the ethics of stealing wi-fi. Many of us been guilty of the same crime at one point or another — according to the article, 53% of us at least. But how guilty do we really feel? As it is officially a crime to steal wi-fi (Title 18, Part 1, Chapter 47 of the United States Code, which covers anybody who "intentionally accesses a computer without authorization or exceeds authorized access"), do members of the Slashdot community consider themselves desperadoes, just like Lev Grossman did?"
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Confessions of a Wi-Fi Thief

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