Fifty-four percent of you fess up to lo-jacking someone else's Wi-Fi without permission, you free-wheeling bastards. We're guessing the other 46 percent just didn't wanna own up to it. [CNET]
54 Percent of Computer Users Admit to Stealing Wi-Fi
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