routers are not encrypted by default infidel. that is false. regardless it's people that think it's ok to borrow as long as they don't get caught that make me wonder who is teaching morals anymore..
Who said that? I'm saying it's ok if I get caught. Someone sues me and I'll fight it and challenge the law all the way to the Supreme Court. It's like someone claiming I shouldn't breath the air because it passed over their property first. Screw that. It's unlimited air. Don't pretend you own it.
should you also be able to borrow groceries fromthe grocery store? it's the same thing. it's stealing.. if you leave your front door open, may I come in and borrow your stuff?
Again, nothing is being taken. Your analogy doesn't work. It is like someone Leaving the door open with a "Welcome" sign, so I go in, sit in the chairs, walk around, use the bathroom, and then leave, everything is where I found it. Obviously, If someone leaves the door open and puts a sign up saying "Open" then they can't legitimately complain when people come in.
routers are not encrypted by default infidel.
Bleh, I got a linksys router the other day, It had a little button on the side that automatically sets up the network: encrypted.
Even ones that are not, It's not acceptable to claim it wasn't as an excuse. Doors don't come with locks or even doorknobs but people have the sense to buy them or otherwise latch a door so it is not stuck in open mode.
that statement is also the same one as "well she had that mini skirt on and it said come on in, and so I did, so what I did wasn't wrong, she was asking for it."
Bad allusion again. She's not wearing a sign and she's not naked.