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The luddites are blaming all problems on WiFi these days. First it was the guy who was arrested for “possessing equipment for fraudulent use of a communications service,” and now some student has been arrested for “breaking into his school’s network to change his grades” and […]

The luddites are blaming all problems on WiFi these days. First it was the guy who was arrested for “possessing equipment for fraudulent use of a communications service,” and now some student has been arrested for “breaking into his school’s network to change his grades” and he had a WiFi antenna in his room. via

  1. Jesse Kopelman Monday, July 25, 2005

    Well, if you had a big enough antenna you would be in violation of FCC guidelines for emissions. Hell, you might even be exceeding maximum permissible exposure guidelines and be open to a nice civil suit by any roommates. That said, one Pringles can is not going to do it.

    By the way, the UK and EU have some very strange regulations about power levels of unlicensed frequencies. This is one area where the US is actually relatively progressive.

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