I have a DROID 2, which I absolutely LOVE. Everything I need and then some with functionality, etc. When browsing on the web, checking e-mail, or especially viewing or uploading/downloading media content, I prefer to use a wifi connection, when available. My question, I suppose, is more of a general question: Can others, i.e. the owner or manager of a "public wifi" network monitor, log or intercept content users view, download or send, pages they visit, e-mail messages, etc? Case in point- I work at a hospital where I do overnight on-calls a couple of times a week on most weeks. We are allowed moderate access to the internet during break time during work hours. However, after 8 pm, I am on my own time, unless I get called to an emergency, which I then need to respond to right away. There is a "public wifi network" provided by my hospital. Should I assume this "public wifi network" is being monitored or is it safe to assume some degree of privacy? I am not up to anything nefarious, dishonest, dubious or illegal, I am just very protective of my personal privacy and want to know what I should assume can be seen and tracked and by whom. Any thoughts?