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72% thinks information about you are collected when using public surf zones.

Our survey shows that 72% believe public surf zone owners like Cafe's, Bars, Airports... collects information about us when answering the question:

- "Do you think information about You and what You do on the Internet are collected and stored when using a public surf zone?"

Web survey result: Do you think information about You and what You do on the Internet are collected and stored when using a public surf zone?

But do we behave and act differently due to what we think we know?

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Dec -2008





59% thinks it's OK to use someone else's wireless Internet.

Our survey shows that 59% thinks it's OK to use someone else's wireless network when answering the question:

- "Is it OK to use someone else's wireless network if the network is open and not encrypted?"

Web survey result: Is it OK to use someone else's wireless network if the network is open and not encrypted?

Other surveys shows that 54% admitted using someone else's wireless Internet access without permission.

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May -2008















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