Pending city approval, free WiFi is expected to hit the streets of Boston this summer, turning about 16 existing pay phones into
wireless hacking hotspots.
The hotspots will offer ongoing Internet access for an unlimited amount of time at no cost to users or taxpayers — but does the city know what it’s potentially doing to its throngs of residents, students, and tourists? Keep reading to learn the top four reasons this isn’t such a good idea. Read More