I took my MacBook into work the other day and discovered I could connect to their wireless network and select various printers and print from them, all without needing a password. I thought I'd be helpful and point out that they should have it secured, and came up against comments like: 'why would anyone want to get anything from our network'; and 'it's to make it easier for staff to connect with their laptops'. When I pointed out that it was their responsibility to protect customers data they said - oh, so we have stop customers being left alone with our computers now too do we. Obviously I wish I hadn't bothered. Their computer equipment is pretty crappy old windows stuff, and the company that maintains it seem to be pretty useless (as highlighted by the fact that they haven't even implemented BASIC security measures). It really makes me wonder what else they're neglecting that nobody is aware of. Do companies have a legal obligation to protect customers data? It reminds me of the Councils/Government in the UK sending personal details via optical disc in an unencrypted form.