When it comes to an open wifi, you have to chose between 'being held responsible for other people's crimes' and 'being polite'. The legislative branch needs to be shut down far more often than it is. I myself have undergone it. This means the date and time of the crime remains unknown and importantly most "forensics" have been destroyed by the normal occupants of the house carrying out their ordinary every day activities including cleaning moving around etc. However, my personal leanings are that they shouldn't be. Cops don't make laws. Do you mind if we ask you a few questions?
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I live next to a motorcamp and provide "free" to them wifi for all the tourists, on the principle of pay it forward. They didn't know which MAC addresses were associated with the residents of that house and which weren't. It's worked for me. Since the networks were open anyway, why didn't the police sit outside with a sniffer until they figured out exactly which MAC address was generating the offending traffic? Failure to do so, however, only allows third parties to get injunctive relief -- requiring you to secure your access point --, not sue you for damages. Further if you are making a career of it change your MO often to avoid setting up patterns, make your crimes sufficiently far appart in time and geography such that they effectivly appear random.