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By  rcloca  |  10

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Well that would be helpful during the school year but during summer vacation? This is the time of year were people are divided into to categories. Those who sleep day and night, and those who sleep like 2 hours each week. If he is the latter, then he's screwed.

  negb  |  30

Go talk to them about it. Parents can easily make an admin account with a password and control the hours that the Internet is available. Such as 9-1 and 4-12...those are my hours cause I'm so addicted lol

  downtime  |  12

Or just kill the power to their place anytime you want to go online. They'll get the message.
I assume you've already spoken to them and they refuse to turn it off...


But what happens if they figure out that the best way to get connected to the internet on a PC is ethernet cables?!?! Oh the humanity! It would be worse than that whole Y2K thing!

  raraisbang  |  12

I can see why they would be illegal to use in a school, because after the Columbine shootings it was decreed that students could have cell phones in school for emergency purposes, so long as they didn't use them during school for texting and whatnot.

  boating_guy  |  33

^ Agreed. It could even be illegal in your area. I know it is for civilians to use like cell phone scramblers and stuff (in my area, at least), so I can't imagine Internet scramblers being too much different as far as regulations go.

  ironwords  |  8

Why would Internet be a human right? You wont die without it, and everything online you get get in real life. That's like saying comic books are a basic human right.

  LudicMonster  |  22

I don't know all the details, but I know for sure that the UN has listed the internet as a basic human right, and that disconnecting people from it is violating human rights laws, but I don't know to what scale that was intended :/


I'm pretty sure the UN labeled Internet access a human right because of government censorship. Internet censorship prevents people from getting unbiased news and communicating with the rest of the world. It makes sense that it's a human right.

  docscientist  |  9

35- the Internet is a profoundly powerful tool in dispersing power. Comic books is a really poor comparison in the power and scope the Internet has been in changing society and power shifts.

  vassal44  |  9

Are you a technology virgin or just stupid? Parental controls don't work unless your child is dumber than a rock. I went around parental controls for years before my parents saw me on my laptop around midnight. And as for passwords, those can be cracked or changed in the blink of an eye. If their kids are technology savvy, they probably need more than a scrambler, though, as said device can easily be disabled during the day and turned back on when they are done

  THE_A_TEEN  |  27

Read the FML, especially this part: " stop their kids from going on the internet at night.". AT NIGHT! OP could have posted this during the day. How about getting some reading skills or troll harder to call "fake" on this.

  Lenho  |  26

Besides what #12 says, OP's or their neighbour's is not the only internet connection in the world, you know, right?. Or else, "how are you on here", #8?

By  partytime4321  |  5

That's actually so inconsiderate... I would go ask them not to. If that fails, I would seek revenge such as jamming their network during the day.

If the hammer is set to a specific channel u could try changing yours on your router to avoid it, but it might block the entire range idk.

Just suggest they turn their wifi off at night?

  partytime4321  |  5

I agree, not to mention ur not gunna wanna have to connect everything in ur house to cellular (laptop, Xbox, smartphone and whatever else is on wifi) it simply isn't fair that neibours could do that.