The big reveal at Tuesday's CHRC hearing was supposed to be the identity of a CHRC employee operating from IP address 188.8.131.52. But it turned out that this IP was assigned to someone nobody had ever heard of, living in an Ottawa condo building on Laurier Ave..
So, instead acknowledging the flop of his big gesture, Nazi boy Mark Lemire has concocted an elaborate tale about CHRC employees hacking the wifi of our innocent Ottawa condo dweller. To show off his techy creds, he even did a MapQuest search.
A quick mapquest shows that from the CHRC offices to *****'s house is about a block or more. An EASY distance for a wireless signal to travel. Especially over an open field.
Well, yeah, the operative phrase here is "or more". Specifically, 0.73 miles or 3,854 feet. And across an open field, sure, but then through a block full of office towers and other miscellaneous hi-rise buildings.
I suppose its barely in the realm of possibility, if the condo building in question had one of those military style long-range wifi units that can BLASTT!!! its signal through surrounding buildings. But they're heavy and you'd need a black helicopter to fly them in. I don't think the boyz at Freedomsite or FreeD are ready for the "lets invoke black helicopters" ploy yet.
You know you're argument is in trouble when Flanders believes it. You can link to all the other stuff through him.
And the take away lesson here really oughtta be that you can't trust "research" conducted by Nazi compüder X-burts. And the folks learning the lesson should be Ezra, Connie, Mark, and everyone getting their balls sued off by Mark Warman over the infamous Anne Cools posting.
PS: Bit of a correction. As the crow flies, the distance between is about 1,100 - 1,200 feet, still pretty hefty for (in fact out of range of) your standard residential wifi network, and still through a number of buildings.