Monday, April 25, 2011


Within an article about an incident in Buffalo, NY on 7 March 2011 involving ICE, a homeowner, and WiFi, one finds the following text:

"I think it's convenient and polite to have an open Wi-Fi network," said Rebecca Jeschke, whose home signal is accessible to anyone within range.

"Public Wi-Fi is for the common good and I'm happy to participate in that — and lots of people are," said Jeschke, a spokeswoman for the Electronic Frontier Foundation [EFF], a San Francisco-based nonprofit that takes on cyberspace civil liberties issues.


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