A local business created a wireless hot-spot for fans at Portland’s PGE Field by lighting up a section of the bleachers with 802.11 from their office next to the ballpark.
But PGE Field has Comcast cable as an official sponsor, so the park’s management has become grumpy. I guess they’re upset that Portland’s WiFi hobbyists have foreclosed the opportunity for PGE Field to lose money selling WiFi connections at the park.
The writer also appears to think that only Comcast sells broadband, as they whinge about violations of Comcast’s TOS prohibiting connection sharing; while Moonlight Staffing, the company providing the free hot-spot, buys its connection from a firm that doesn’t ban connection sharing.
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