Libraries Test Free Wi-Fi, But you might need a Library Card

Public and university libraries around the country increasingly offer free Wi-Fi as a way to serve or bring in patrons–but patrons only, please. This should be of inerterst to RVers who use libraries for internet access while traveling.

According to journalist Glenn Fleishman availability of “free Wi-Fi” in public and university libraries should be called “patron Wi-Fi.” In the majority of libraries he checked around the U.S., using Wi-Fi required a library card (municipal/public) or a student ID (university/academic). In some cases, a Wi-Fi card had to be registered; this is mostly the case at universities. Full Story…

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