Is unsecured Wi-Fi to blame for increased cable TV cord cutting?


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    Is unsecured Wi-Fi to blame for increased cable TV cord cutting? | MyCE – My Consumer Electronics

    From the article:

    "The ailing economy and wider access to streaming content both lead to additional cord cutting, but a new culprit may be to blame: Internet piracy." ...

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    Noted in the article:

    Internet users from the higher-income demographics are most likely to leech free Wi-Fi — with 20% of those surveyed living in an household with at least $75K in annual income admitting to using the Internet at home — but not having an Internet subscription.
    Those that can afford most it are the most likely to steal it, WTF?

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