British users have agreed to such work.
Provider is from Britain Purple played a joke on their customers to demonstrate the lack of awareness about what they are getting when signing a user agreement to access the free Wi-Fi.
As reported by Cision, a provider is added to the terms of the agreement an additional item, “Public works”. Thus, at the discretion of the provider, the user can attract up to 1,000 hours of community service, namely, cleaning parks, waste from animals, waste, stray cats and dogs, cleaning of sewer blockages, cleaning of portable toilets at festivals, coloring the shells of snails and discrepancy chewing gum from the pavement .
The provider is unlikely to attract users to these works, but they believe that raised an important issue. According to CEO Gavin Wheeldon users should read the terms when you sign the agreement on network access.
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