How the EU could create an awesome free public Wi-Fi network

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Free Wi-Fi is available in many public places these days, but getting access can be nerve-wracking. You need to find the right network and be careful not to fall for a scam. You might have to go through an authentication process that asks for your email address. If you are lucky, you get away with ‘noneofyourbusiness@asdf.com’. If you are less lucky, you need to provide your real address and confirm it. Whatever the procedure, you will probably need to give it several shots before it works. If you are using a mobile device, there is a good chance that the authentication portal doesn’t load…

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