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Millions of American homes are equipped with wireless networks. If the network is not made secure, any nearby computer with a wireless card can use the network. The range of home wireless networks often extends into neighboring homes, particularly in apartment complexes. If your neighbor's wireless network extends into your home, is it wrong to use the network to get free Internet access? Explain your position.

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Yes, it is absolutely wrong to use neighbour's wireless network simply because it belongs to someone else and that someone is paying to use it. This is the ethical side of why it should not be accessed and used. The other reason why the wireless network of a neighbour should not be used is because one has no idea about ...

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This solution discusses if it's wrong or right to access free wireless internet available in the neighborhood.

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