Critics hit SF Wi-Fi plan on privacy, interference

Thursday, 13 April 2006, 3:16 AM EST

San Francisco's choice of Google and EarthLink to build a citywide Wi-Fi network is likely to interfere with some residents' privacy and many Wi-Fi users' radio signals, critics of the plan said this week.

However, there is still time for public input and changes to the project, said Ron Vinson, chief administrative officer and deputy director of the city's Department of Telecommunications and Information Services (DTIS).

At InfoWorld.

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