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Forget government data retention, Google has you wired

Mandatory data retention proposals have libertarians in a flap. But what Google and a bunch of other companies are doing via Wi-Fi is much worse.

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Crikey Blogs | COMPANIES|

Why wi-fi doesn’t mean why fly

The Qantas move to give free wi-fi in domestic terminals from October undermines the fallacy that new high speed broadband HD options will diminish the need to fly, writes Ben Sandilands.

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Why Google’s reputation went whiffy over Wi-Fi

Google is under investigation in at least four countries following a “mistake”, which led to wireless communications being recorded illegally and other dodgy antics. What went wrong?

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NetworkWorld | ONLINE|

The very expensive risks of free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi networks at cafes may save you a few bucks, but they open your computer up to attackers and hijackers. When they say your java is “poisoned”, they’re not just talking about Starbucks’ coffee.

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The Motley Fool | COMPANIES|

Online on air: can Wi-Fi save airlines?

Many of the big airlines — looking for alternative revenue streams — are investing in in-flight wireless access. In fact, planes are already being retrofitted with the technology.

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The dangers of Wi-Fi

Rural residents evaluating the respective merits of Government and Opposition plans for fast broadband should have a look at the Panorama website before making up their mind because the BBC current affairs program recently reported on concerns that the Wi Fi technology proposed by the Government could carry health risks.

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