Unsecured wifi might be contributory negligence

Roland Perry lists at internetpolicyagency.com
Thu Feb 16 21:44:47 GMT 2012

In article <4F3D2CF0.4020005 at ernest.net>, Nicholas Bohm 
<nbohm at ernest.net> writes
>> But wifi routers seem to be in the same mental camp as motor cars, and
>> if you can't prove someone else was driving at the time,
>the burden of proof isn't on the keeper
>> they'll try to nail the keeper.
>For a non-criminal claim (e.g. negligence)?  I rather doubt that.  And
>the (private individual) keeper's obligation is to provide what
>information he has about who was driving.  If three or four people are
>insured to drive and the keeper says he cannot remember, and there's no
>other evidence, I suspect that's the end of it.  Or are there contrary

I thought the keeper got the parking tickets these days, if he couldn't 
decide who was driving.
Roland Perry

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