Access (wifi) for all but is it legal?
As travellers increasingly expect free wifi in hotels, airports and other public places, one company has researched how most networks are not legally compliant.
Legalities vary from country to country but the basic rule is that online access needs to be able to be tracked back to the user.
The research from Purple WiFi shows that while 82% of venues globally believe they are compliant, the majority are not with 2048 out of a total of 3,349 running completely open networks or enabling users to access via passwords.
The research also reveals 58% either have no content filtering in place or are unaware whether they do or don’t.
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