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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 64707 21-Jul-2010 01:08
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Is this legal to do?  Say for example if five houses in the same street paid a fith each of the monthly bill with one house hosting the connection and the other four houses running off wireless.

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 354292 21-Jul-2010 01:13
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legal? yes

practical? not really.

who is responsible for security? what if you need to reboot the modem and it is in your neighbours house? what if you want to play a game and your neighbours are downloading pron causing your game to be lagtastic?

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Kiwi Dev Studios

  Reply # 354294 21-Jul-2010 01:24
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That just plain old sounds like your neighbours are being stingy about paying for Broadband services.

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