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22,000 Agree To Clean Up Dog Poo For Free Wifi
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15 Jul 2017 02:00 AM EST

Most people don't read through agreement terms that typically pop up when they agree to free Wifi. So, Purple, a Wifi and analytics company decided to have a little fun.They adjusted the verbiage in their terms of their agreement, which went unnoticed by 22,000 people. According to Geek.com, 22,000 Wifi seekers signed off on 1,000 hours of community service in exchange for service. The free labor includes hugging pets, cleaning toilets and sewers by hand and even scooping up dog poo. Purple doesn't plan to enforce the community service but as Geek.com explains, wanted to prove that people often breeze past the fine print.

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