It is always best policy to secure your wireless network, but whenever you scan for a Wi-Fi connection in a public place you usually find at least one open network. So why do people choose to leave their networks unsecured? Likely, they’re thinking that, “It won’t bother me if someone uses my connection,” or they’re just too lazy to set it up, seeing unsecured connections as harmless, or even benevolent to others.

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In the past few years, surveillance and other technological advances within airports have drastically increased security, while simultaneously inconveniencing almost every run-of-the-mill passenger. New Wi-Fi tracking systems, while a potential harbinger of an overstep in personal privacy, could actually prove beneficial to the average traveler.

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