Last night we got a young man, who knows what he's doing (rather than just thinking he knows what he is doing and blundering around until he fixes the problem or throws the PC out the window, like me), encrypted our wireless connection.
There was a discussion on BBC Radio Berkshire with Andrew Peach this morning entitled: 'Is it wrong to use your neighbour's wireless connection?'
Of course it is wrong. It is also "technically illegal" according to the Forum editor on PC Advisor.
Where have we come to? We used to know all our neighbours' names and borrow cups of sugar from them. Now we don't know their names, or even say hello to them, and nick their wireless connection!