KEEPING YOUR PUBLIC NETWORK PRIVATE

by Stu Driva, Staff Writer, Mad Musicians for Hire

There comes a time when everyone must rely on a public network to check their email or to just browse the internet.  You can be in a coffee shop or in a hotel, at a train station or an airport.  Everywhere you go, there are signs touting, “Free Wi-fi.”  That is a good thing, because we live in a world of communication and since we do rely so heavily upon hi-speed communication links, it ought to be free.   (Click Here to Read More…)

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