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Media Forced to Purchase $200 Wi-Fi at Debate, Which is Currently Down

Journalists are being charged $200 for wi-fi Internet access at tonight's presidential debate. And according to multiple reporters on Twitter, that wi-fi is currently down.
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Reporters covering tonight's presidential debate from Long Island's Hofstra University were met with an unwelcome surprise: Just to get online with a basic WiFi connection from the debate venue costs $200, as confirmed by Business I...

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