Unformatted text preview: have complete privacy and what they do in public should be considerate of others. I feel that using the internet in a public setting is a privilege and not a right. It’s no different from any public act, there are always people watching. It is illegal to use a neighbor’s internet signal without their consent. Your neighbor is paying for a service and you are basically stealing that service they paid for. This situation is not unlike stealing cable. By tapping into a service that’s not yours is basically stealing. It’s true that a Wi-Fi signal is passed through the air but that signal has to be routed somewhere. If you didn’t pay to have it routed to your system then it’s not yours to use. Ethics also plays a role in this situation. You wouldn’t go and just take you neighbor’s car, go into their house and eat their food, watch their television, or plug all your appliances into their wall sockets. Using their Wi-Fi service is no different from doing any of this....
View Full Document
This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Doe during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10