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Update: Can I Borrow Your WiFi Password Poll Results

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Yesterday I wrote about how one of my son’s friends was over and he asked for my WiFi password so he could use my Internet on his smartphone. I immediately blurted “no,” but then I started to reconsider. Is giving friends your Wifi password the modern equivalent to borrowing a cup of sugar?

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Can I Borrow Your WiFi? Results…

23.33% of you seem to be very trusting and would give someone your WiFi password, but the majority, 76.67% or respondents, would not give out their WiFi password. I am counted among them. For security reasons you should never give anyone your WiFi password, even your friends.

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