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Halacha - Cable usage
Submitted by chaim  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: I am going to a bungalow colony for the summer. My neighbor would like to get cable/dsl for internet usage in his bungalow (for work purposes). Is it permitted for me to split the expense with him and get a wireless router and use the same line as his at the same time? Would there be a difference between cable and dsl?
Answer:

Unless the ISP provider specifies in the contract that the line is solely for use of a single individual it seems to me that wireless networks are so common that they have by default acquiesced to your ability to network. I'm not familiar with the intricacies between cable and DSL, but I can't imagine why there would be any difference.

posted:2008-06-11 15:05:04


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