Google and Microsoft have joined a growing chorus of businesses that oppose Marriott's attempt to block guests' Wi-Fi hotspots in their hotel rooms.
Millionaires fight over pennies. There is no reason for Marriott to think people can just steal others personal data, by using a personal hot spot.
I'd just use open garden. Problem solved. (at least for me) And besides, who'd want to use filtered internet coming from a hotel if they can avoid it. A good deal of the time, they tend to block legitimate sites like n4g.
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