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Google Thailand offers free public Wi-Fi

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5 hours ago, Vacuum said:

There's no such thing as "free" when google is involved.....

AMEN!!!

Do a Google search on the word "idiot"

THEN do the same search on DuckDuckGo.com and see how Google is manipulating their results. I have to admit, though, THIS particular search IS kinda funny . . .

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The only free Internet that works well is at privately owned coffee shops.  There is no password fusses and the speeds are, at the least, satisfactory.  Not sure what security requirements going to be, but at large, coffee conglomerates, Internet access is a waist of time.    Guessing it will be conglomerate access, yawn

 

What happened with the much celebrated Phuket smart city WiFi network.  Have not heard anything about that.  Taiwan has something like that years ago.  They admitted they need to invest more in antennas.  Wander if any junkets were arranged to study exciting systems.   Taiwan once made most of the world's WiFi radios, probably still does.

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8 hours ago, davehowden said:

Meanwhile in other news:

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-44858238

And 90 days to sort this out and another 7 Billion quid fine waiting..... what I want to know is where does all this money go.?...in the last 10 years some £250 Billion has been collected through various Regulatory Authorities.   Hmmmmm!

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