tether or open Wi-Fi

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  1. infinity8x3

    infinity8x3 Member

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    I was just wondering what do you guys think is more ethical?

    You need to use the net on a device and the only 2 options you have are to tether off of your phone, or connect to an open wifi connection floating around?

    What option would you do and why?
     
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    Connect to an open wifi network because its faster.

    SSX v2.0
     
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    Open wifi because it is faster and open tethering will not always be as reliable and free.
     
  4. infinity8x3

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    Right i understand one is faster. But morally what one is more wrong?

    Using your phones data or neighbors unsecured router, with out permission.
     
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    I don't see anything wrong with using the phone. You support the phone company "buy" using their product. You may need your
    nieghbor one day


    from my DROID2 using DroidForums
     
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    I have done both. As long as I am not hacking or disrupting bandwidth, I don't see why they would care.

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