Uhh, and that's the same reason ISPs have been sued (admittedly
un-documentable) 
for trying to make money off that idea...   If you KNOW it's open, you
invaded 
someone's privacy to figure that out, and there starts the whole
argument all over again...

 

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from a comment:

I have yet to understand how having open WiFi poses a threat to anyone.
If anyone is going to be war driving I would think it would be the
internet providers, since it's your agreement with them that is being
broken by leaving your WiFi unsecured.

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