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Re: Re: Interesting Ruling Regarding WiFi access

cwrightbdosyd.com.au
Date: Mon Jun 04 2007 - 21:47:34 CDT


You stated:
"First, the network was "Open" and free for use for the business'
Customers. So they have no security enabled to allow their customers
free access to the wifi."

Exactly - to their customers - this is permission for the customers and not another.

You breach property rights whether or not they are secured. The issue of whether the property is secured or not is only relivant to the extend of the illegal act, not if it is illegal.

Regards,
Craig

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