There are many problems with wifi and other internet issues in Britain. There are risks but the citizens are borrowing wifi more often. They see it as a solution they have to use because of the lack of availability and affordability of good services. What are the ramifications, though, and what are the risks? They’re discussed here.
- People in the U.k. piggyback off other people’s internet connections for unimportant reasons that they consider important, like online shopping.
- Although they are aware of the risk involved with data breaches, they are still not deterred from sneaking on someone’s else Internet connection.
- One in seven people in the UK sneak on to someone’s Internet connection because they cannot afford their own.
““Mobile phones are such an important part of life these days, but many people appear to struggle with the associated costs. While ‘piggy-backing’ someone else’s Wi-Fi might seem like a good way to save a few pounds, consumers are risking their online security by doing so.”