German cafes' public wi-fi dilemma
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Germany's public wi-fi dilemma

For a country with a reputation as a tech powerhouse, public wi-fi is surprisingly difficult to find in Germany.

The reason is that cafe and shop owners who provide wi-fi could be held liable for illegal activity that happens on their network, such as piracy or illegal downloads.

But campaigners are trying to change this law.

Video journalist: Joe Miller

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