April 25, 2007
Time Warner Opens Up Wi-Fi Hot Spots
The New York Times is reporting that Time Warner's broadband service is teaming up with Fon to let their customers share their connections as public Wi-Fi hot spots. The connection will split with the customer holding an encrypted part of the signal and allowing the public to have the rest.
This should be interesting in light of all the possible things that could be downloaded on a public connection. Shared music comes to mind immediately. Who will have the liability when the RIAA comes knocking at the IP address door?
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