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Don’t name your wifi network after a bomb when traveling. Just a suggestion.

I read an interesting story yesterday, with one of those “well, duh!” morals. According to Fox News a flight made an emergency diversion last week when crew discovered a mobile wifi network called “Bomb on board.” The Turkish Airways flight from Nairobi to Instanbul made an emergency landing in Khartoum, Sudan, and the 100 passengers… The post Don’t name your wifi network after a bomb when traveling.
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