What happens when libraries stop sharing Wi-Fi? | KQED extension

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But anyone, regardless of their residential status, can use the free Wi-Fi in libraries, even after hours. A common example, McPeak said, is when students without sufficient bandwidth at home study from cars in library parking lots. ‚ÄúDuring the pandemic, the library parking Wi-Fi provided critical basic connectivity. Among the uses, the libraries reported that … Read more