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What Hotels Should Learn from AOL


Today's NYTimes (registration required) exposes a security flaw in most public WiFi networks -- the ability for someone to hack in and capture information. In one case, someone was routinely able to capture around 100 passwords per visit at about half the hotels surveyed. 

While not clearly not on the same level today as the notorious leak that left 20 million search queries available for public download, hotels are increasingly finding new ways to use their wifi networks, for their own operations as well as capturing lobby information to create their own database of (guest) intentions.


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