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Not all Internet connections are the same—seeing an "Open" Internet connection to which we might be *able* to connect our device may not always be the safest.
Have we ever thought someone may be hijacking or watching our connection?
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Not all of the Internet connections we see, to which we may be able to connect our device, are safe, no matter what device we may be using at the time. While it's tempting to think that it's kind of cool to see an "Open" Internet connection onto which we are *able* to connect our device and use the Internet (from our smartphone, our laptop, our tablet, or computer—or whatever), we must remember that at all times,

They may be able to see your credit card information if you are trying to purchase something online, what websites we are visiting, what apps we are using, and what activity we are taking at any given time.
someone may be attempting to hijack your Internet connection
While it's tempting to roll our eyes and think this is all very conspiratorial-sounding, the truth is, the software and the means by which folks can spy on you via an Internet connection are getting easier and easier for bad actors to utilize.
They may be able to see what websites we are visiting, what apps we are using, and what activity we are taking at any given time.
And even for those of us who want to be diligent about surfing the Internet safely, there are no 100% guarantees that someone may not be attempting to see the network activity we are taking, when we are connected to the Internet; including when we are utilizing "Data" with our smartphones.
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