While the rest of the country’s streets are filled with protesters trumpeting abortion rights, gay marriage, Iraq war, foreign aid allocations, and other worldly issues, here in San Francisco we have our priorities straight: We want free wi-fi and we want it now! A grassroots, pro wi-fi protest was held today in front of City Hall. Free wireless internet is a right, not a privilege, and we won’t stop our activism until every boy and girl has access to clean, fresh, sanitary wi-fi.
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