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 You'll often be asked for your title, name, and possibly even your address or other irrelevant information. You'll often be asked for your title, name, and possibly even your address or other irrelevant information.
  
-There'​s no law (in England) which requires them to collect this information,​ and so the Wi-Fi hotspot operator is only asking for them because they are going to use them for something.ย +If you can get away with giving fake details (i.e. you can be comfortable that you are not committing an offence, such as fraud), it might be sensible to do so.
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-If you can get away with giving fake details (i.e. you can be comfortable that you are no committing an offence, such as fraud), it might be sensible to do so.+
  
 (Alternatively,​ you could read their terms of service, and their privacy notice, but there'​s no guarantee that they actually do what they say they do, and you're probably better of protecting yourself rather than relying on them anyway.) (Alternatively,​ you could read their terms of service, and their privacy notice, but there'​s no guarantee that they actually do what they say they do, and you're probably better of protecting yourself rather than relying on them anyway.)
public_wi-fi.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/08/23 20:37 by neil