Half of Londoners admit to being 'broadband burglars'

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Half of Londoners admit to being 'broadband burglars'
23rd October 2014
More than half of Londoners have admitted to secretly borrowing their neighbours wifi. 
Londoners also the biggest culprits for trying to guess password-protected accounts.
Dana Tobak, Managing Director of Hyperoptic which conducted the study, said it is easy for people to commit 'broadband burglary' and highlighted the need for wifi security. 

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