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  • Of course bro

    This is essential to the society and yes. You can get hacked but it doens't matter if you get hacked because you can get unhacked and earn all your money back because the wifi is owned by the city so you can sue the city for more money and you can get doubled the money it is true yes

  • Of course bro

    This is essential to the society and yes. You can get hacked but it doens't matter if you get hacked because you can get unhacked and earn all your money back because the wifi is owned by the city so you can sue the city for more money and you can get doubled the money it is true yes

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  • Yes, public Wi-Fi should be free

    Free public Wi-Fi would be a great use of taxpayer dollars and addition to the public infrastructure in some cities. Wireless Internet has become such a stable of so many people's lives', so I think that having Wi-Fi publicly available for free would be an excellent, beneficial public service in many cities.

  • Yes, if the city can afford it.

    If a city wants to offer free Wi-Fi, then I don't see anything wrong with it. Already, some businesses offer it for free for people within a certain range of the building. However, I don't feel like it makes sense to take tax dollars to pay for it. There are places where people can already get free Internet access, such as public libraries. So if it's a financial strain on the community, I don't see why it would be necessary.

  • Yes, when possible, Wi-Fi should be free in any city.

    Of course, access to the Internet should be free. Free Wi-Fi provides a platform for greater social and commercial interactions. By offering a means for citizens to come together, open access communication would strengthen a sense of community within a municipal area. Local businesses and the average consumer within such cities would gain greater opportunities from a free platform which could be leveraged by new technologies and commercial enterprises. Free Wi-Fi just makes good sense and one would encounter great difficulty seeking an argument against it.

  • Hacking, losing business, and higher taxes

    If cities offer free wifi it allows hackers to easily hack into your electronics. Also if cities offer free wifi while some stores offer free wifi the store will lose business because it doesn't have anything different or special than other businesses. If the businesses move to a different town that doesn't offer free wifi the taxes will go up in the town that the business left from. And those three reasons are why cities shouldn't offer free wifi.

  • It is not a right.

    No, public Wi-Fi should not be free in some cities, because Wi-Fi is not a right. Governments should stick to the legitimate functions of government, rather than engaging in the business of proprietary functions, which are based on the latest fads. It is not a wise use of tax money. Governments should do more important things.

  • Public Wi-Fi should not be free

    Public Wi-fi should not be paid by the tax payers. If a private company wants to install wi-fi for public use then that can be their decision. The general public should not expect it to be free because when something is free, then that group of people will not appreciate the real value of the service.


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