They tried this over here, too. But all rulings were overturned on appeal as unautorized access, according to our courts, must include circumventing some kind of authorisation. If everyone is allowed to access, no unauthorized acess takes place. It's a bit like right of way for ramblers in the UK.Afaik, under Australian law your network can be totally open wide open and it's still an offence to access it without permission.
I'm watching that Keanu Reeves movie about the bus that couldn't slow down.
A computer "store", how quaint.*walks into HP store
gaasc: do you have any laptops with a 17-inch display
HP store clerk: no
gaasc: Any laptops with i7?
HP store clerk: unfortunately no
gaasc: Any ones with Windows 7 ultimate
HP store clerk:home basic, home premium and business only
There is nothing worth buying?
I was just at one of the smaller stores to spend a gift card. I still have the gift card.