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donaldbeltz   , 28

from Houston


Is WiFi Hacking against government rules?

WiFi Hacking is an art in the eyes of experts:

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Hacker WiFi, the flourishing application released just a week ago, brings to the fore the appalling concept of WiFi hacking. People prefer to enter into a suicide pact because of their inability to cope with the mammoth phone bills they incur every month. The application's design promo was released a year before by a group of upbeat coders with great credibility. The corporates, who would be affected the most by the Hacker WiFi application's release, were moderately annoyed. But coding the application on the concept of WiFi hacking is onerous. So the corporate owners turned optimistic about the chances of the application's non release and they did everything in their power to stop the application's work in the initial stages of the development phase itself. But the upbeat coders, looked to overturn the impediments posed by the telecom corporates and they did once the opportunity came begging to them. It was a near impossible bid, although the coders are highly credible, to go against the powerhouse of conglomerates in the communication industry. Unless a fair and unbiased probe is conducted on the activites of the corporate's powerhouse, the major conspiracy that went behind the hacker WiFi's release wouldn't be available for general public's exhibition. Despite the ploy employed by the powerhouse officials to stop the hacker WiFi, the upbeat coders were still able to make it to the release stage, which truly speaks of their merit, potential and character. Expectedly, the apathetic telecom industry, put their goals and profits ahead than the people's prosperity, and tried to stop hacker WiFi from releasing. Although the efforts were futile at the end, serious investigation should be performed on these companies and bring to spotlight the subterfuge carried by the supposedly highly credible officials. Hacker WiFi's creators survived with rare grit, but the same won't be true of other innovative coders who will be squashed by these top officials and will truly prove to be a class of recalcitrants.



Their actions demoralize the fellow innovators and we won't be seeing utility applications like hacker WiFi anymore. A humble request to government, on behalf of all innovators, is to probe into the conspiracy theory of this WiFi hacker software application and not to rob the fire off the innovators to perform to their true potential. Instances were also there where innocent innovators were treated with dire consequences when they claim the basic human right to speak up. These corporate giants are evoking criticism from the governments, regarding hacker WiFi application, they are occupied amid other political affairs. Matters like this are usually hushed up and I firmly believe if the government were to shore up the wavering trust in their citizens, these illegal affairs should be brought to the spotlight and lawfully penalized. Doing so would also help the government assuage the deep unease we fellow innovators go through. It will be the equivalent of striking a faustian bargain for the citizens of the country, if they could just unveil the corruption going on within at least one company in each of the industries which fosters high revenues, turnover and profits.