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Indians used free Wi-Fi from Google mainly to watch porn

Residents of India used free internet access points at train stations provided by Google and its local partner RailTel, primarily for watching porn.

The obscene interests of the Indians became known as a result of a study conducted by RailTel at a loaded railway station in the city of Patna, through which up to 200 passenger trains pass daily.

A total of free Wi-Fi points in a joint project of Google and RailTel were installed at 23 railway stations in India.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]The activity of network users at the Patna station is the highest in the whole country. And online users are mostly looking for porn sites.[/perfectpullquote]
RailTel representative

In addition, YouTube and Wikipedia turned out to be the most interesting for Indians. Many passengers downloaded Bollywood or Hollywood movies to the road.

By the end of the year, Google and RailTel plan to install high-speed Wi-Fi at 100 railway stations in India, and after three years at 400.

Mobile and landline Internet in the country are still a luxury, so Google and Facebook are actively engaged in the deployment of free Wi-Fi points in the country in order to increase the audience of their services.

However, not only Indians are more interested in porn. In September, New York had to stop the work of free Wi-Fi kiosks due to the fact that passers-by used them to watch films for adults and even masturbated in public.

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