Pornography raid underscores Wi-Fi risks


    Wi-Fi logos are shown on a computer screen search engine in Buffalo, N.Y. A poll conducted for the Wi-Fi Alliance, the industry group that promotes wireless technology standards, found that 32 percent of respondents acknowledged trying to access a Wi-Fi network that wasn't theirs.The story of a New York man who was wrongly accosted by federal agents serves as a cautionary tale about the importance of safeguarding wireless networks against intruders.

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