LinkNYC's Wi-Fi and communication booths are taunting New Yorkers during a heatwave thanks to a clever prankster.
The company says the move is designed to stop the kiosks from being 'monopolised,' but it could severely constrain Wi-Fi use for those who need it most.
Complaints erupted over people using LinkNYC for extended periods of time, prompting something of a reset for the program.
I spent hours visiting LinkNYC internet kiosks to find out if they were helping bridge the digital divide.
NYC officials are bending over backward to stress privacy safeguards.
The future is about to get a bit more evenly distributed, thanks to ads.