Web Surfing in Public Places Is a Way to Court Trouble
Any business traveler who has logged on to a wireless network at the airport, printed a document at a hotel business center or checked email messages at a public terminal has probably wondered, at least fleetingly, "Is this safe?"
Although obsessing about computer security is a bit like worrying about a toddler — potential hazards lurk everywhere and you can drive yourself crazy trying to avoid them — the fact is, business travelers take certain risks with the things they do on most trips. Web Surfing in Public Places Is a Way to Court Trouble - New York Times
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