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India is using its free public Wi-Fi to watch porn while waiting for the train

Facebook and Google both launched their own initiatives to bring free public Wi-Fi in India, but it seems people are not using it quite as the tech giants intended – they’re watching porn instead. The Economic Times reports that according to data collected at one of the country’s busiest train stations, users mostly took advantage of the free Wi-Fi to browse porn. The data was gathered by internet provider RailTel which offers free internet in 23 train stations in India as part of its partnership with Google.
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