He asked a question, and I answered his question; and you're complaining about that????
Wow, just wow.
And just to clear it up, even though I have never used it and probably never will unless I find myself in some kind of emergency (read real emergency;"OMG I'm staying in "X" place and there's no internet here to watch Pron with" is not a real emergency), I do have Wireless Tether for Root users installed on my Droid.
Real emergency or not, TOS violation either way. This person clearly wants to violate said TOS, and you were happy to tell him how, just after getting all out of shape cause I used my tethering for one thing this month. Don't abuse it? C'mon.. are you that gullible? How many people you honestly think care enough about Verizon's TOS to only be interested in tethering for emergencies?
I don't need porn, either, fyi.. I may be separated from my wife, but that doesn't mean I don't still get marriage privileges I suppose I'm wrong for that, too, though since she's with someone else now, huh?
He asked a simple question that I responded with a simple answer. Regardless of his intentions later on, for the time being I helped him by answering his question, which is the purpose of these forums, is it not?
In the other thread you guys are going on about just how much data you are tethering without "getting caught", so this thread and the other thread are nothing alike and the only thing in common between both of the is "Wireless Tethering for Root users", but besides that they are 2 totally different worlds.
As for the rest of your post, I make it my policy to not comment on other peoples personal lives. My comment on the porn was merely an example, hence the parenthesis.
Not exactly, I expressed concern about my possible overages and was glad they wouldn't happen... since ~90% of my data usage is done on the phone, alone, I never bragged about not getting caught with tethering. I used it one night for one thing this month, but you made it seem as if I were a major culprit of the tether stealing, when there are far far far worse than me. Emergency? No. Ethical? Well, I also didn't pay for the PPV event I streamed, so double no. Enough for Verizon to even bat an eye at? Again, I'm a small fish in the tethering pond.