The fate of the distinctly unregal Benjamin Smith III will cause a shiver down the spine of some people.
There's something about technology that seems to incite light-fingered tendencies in the most respectable of citizens. Pillars of the community have purloined music on their hard drives, the mildly technical regularly piggyback on wireless traffic and there have been some shocking cases of staff walking off with office computers that shouldn’t have left the desk, let alone the building.
Will the jail sentence stop others wardriving – probably not. But it might make one or two people think twice.
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