incrediBILL - 1:00 am on Jun 20, 2010 (gmt 0)
Anyone here ever had your CC Info stolen when your card has been in your possession the entire time and woken up one day to find your bank account cleaned out?
That's a non sequitur example because credit cards are separate from bank accounts.
Perhaps debit card was what you meant, which is why I don't use debit cards either, only ATM cards for debit and then only at banks or the grocery store.
All these other arguments are silly, and off topic, because open wifi protocol without a password is by definition insecure.
Anyone listening to an open wifi network that was setup insecure by default truly isn't doing anything wrong because that network was obviously designed to be shared.
You can't have it both ways on one hand saying open wifi is a good thing (not ever) and people should be allowed to use them freely yet cry foul that Google did just that.