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Unitymedia is allowed to use a Router for Wi-Fi

The cable network operator Unitymedia is allowed to use the Router of its clients, a publicly accessible Wi-Fi set up. The Federal court ruled, and ruled against the Verbraucherzentrale NRW.

The cable network operator Unitymedia has set itself in a dispute of private Router equipped Hotspots. The Federal court of justice (BGH) ruled in favour of the group, and thus rejected the objections of consumer advocates.

No access to private Router network

It was the practice of Unitymedia, in the household of his customers installed the Router, a second Signal of. About the can log all of the customers of the company in a public Wi-Fi. The two signals are separately broadcast. The private Hotspot is encrypted on a separate network and end-users for third-party Internet inaccessible.

Unitymedia operates the cable network in North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden-Württemberg and Hessen, and is one according to the information provided for the segments Internet and phone around six million customers.

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