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To: Kellis91789

How am I going to tell my neighbor not to tap into my wifi? The signals goes through the neighborhood. Am I supposed to put up a lead wall around my yard? Im not the police for the cable company.

It is the same with the satellite signal tresspassing on my yard. I did not ask for their signal all over my house. If I get their tv from my own yard with my own equipment how am I in the wrong. Thats crazy. If that is the way they think then I want them to stop putting their signal in MY yard


20 posted on 06/06/2011 9:12:43 PM PDT by BJungNan (Spend yesterday's money good, today's money ok. Never spend tomorrow's money)
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To: BJungNan

Every wifi router includes simple security to prevent unintended access. Your ISP agreement that you agreed to by using their service included a contractual clause binding you from sharing it outside your household. You shouldn’t have signed the contract if you didn’t agree to the terms of service.

Maybe you should push your scenario to its logical conclusion and ask yourself how your ISP will be able to provide you with service if only one person per neighborhood is actually paying for it ? You’ll have no internet service if they go out of business.


21 posted on 06/07/2011 3:01:09 AM PDT by Kellis91789 (There's a reason the mascot of the Democratic Party is a jackass.)
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