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Got Wi-fi leeches

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 7 years ago

Networking

Tatsuya Nakagawa writes "Hi, One of our articles got mentioned on Techdirt and Wired magazine. "Rather Than Arresting WiFi Freeloaders, Why Not Offer Them Coffee?" http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20061227/191906.s html "WiFi Leeches Not So Bad After All?" http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/networking/index.htm l Those article links to http://www.incentivemag.com/msg/content_display/ma rketing/e3i3eebab3a25f070800bc9308b6fc22cc7 Maybe this is something your readers would be interested in? I'm interested in knowing your thought. It seems like a very hot topic these days. Hope you had a great holiday. All the best, Tats"

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