Unsecured wifi might be contributory negligence

Nicholas Bohm nbohm at ernest.net
Fri Feb 17 15:55:08 GMT 2012

On 17/02/2012 15:02, Roland Perry wrote:
> In article
> <CAN2jWygMO+wRRgQMS_1uvOqb516smTr2JtLQH6YOe0wxG5+z0A at mail.gmail.com>,
> Adrian Midgley <amidgley at gmail.com> writes
>> I don't feel I have an obligation to protect other people's "property"
>> from copying.
> There's clearly a range of views on this. What the (USA-based) case is
> seeking to establish is whether providing tools to the thief is an issue.

Providing tools to a thief makes it sound like aiding or abetting -
which is different from neglecting to take steps to prevent a thief from
having access to your tools.

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