TPW 29: Wireless Piggybacking

by on September 13, 2007 · 0 comments

Adam’s been generating a lot of debate with his recent posts questioning the propriety of sharing your wireless broadband connections and urging telecom companies to experiment with metered broadband access.

Seeking to continue the discussion, Adam asked Ben Worthen, the Wall Street Journal reporter who kicked off the latest discussion of wi-fi piggybacking, and Mike Masnick, who’s been on issue for years, to join myself and TLFer James Gattuso for an in-depth discussion of the economics and ethics of piggybacking.

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