Social routing

What is social routing?
Social routing is a mechanism that facilitates free network sharing between Internet communities and groups. With social routing, individuals or groups of Internet users share a broadband connection.
FON is an example of social routing. With FON, users share their wireless Internet connection and in return receive access to the WLAN of other FON users. Social routing is therefore a peer-to-peer approach to WiFi.

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