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How your Facebook ID can get you more WiFi access
By Updated Friday January 04, 2013 - 4:08pm

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Associated Press (AP) - Giving someone access to your Wi-Fi network — say, a visitor to your home or business — can be awkward, involving, among other things, handing out your password.

A Swedish startup called Instabridge thinks it has an easier way. Instabridge's free Android app lets you automatically share WiFi networks with your Facebook friends.

Available in a handful of European countries, the app works by taking advantage of the Facebook Connect authentication tool, which lets users to log on to websites with Facebook credentials.

  
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