The internet collectively winced last week when a Prague-based charity announced a campaign to turn homeless people into wireless internet hotspots. WiFi 4 Life wants to equip Prague's homeless population with portable routers, so they can wander the city's center offering free internet to passersby. The paying gig comes with perks, including food, accommodations, clothing, and even a haircut, but many are calling the initiative exploitative of a global crisis. "The worst option would be not to try it," Lubo Boleček, chairman of WiFi 4 Life, tells Tech Insider in an email. "If you can help others, [the] only question you have to ask [is] why am I not already doing it."
Giving homeless citizens an opportunity to live in society is perhaps better than enslavement in military projects, like burning, looting and obliterating other societies into s#ithole nationhood status.
So, if we could provide homes for 25% of the homeless, should we? Knowing that the other 75% would not get homes?
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