I'd like to operate an open, free WiFi hotspot for public consumption, not associated with any business.
Per Wikipedia :
In Canadian law, unauthorized access is addressed the Criminal Code, s 342.1, which provides that: "Every one who, fraudulently and without colour of right" obtains "computer services" from an access point is subject to criminal charges.
However, I'm finding it difficult to find information on legal considerations for the reverse - intentionally allowing anyone to piggyback off a wireless network.
Security is not a concern, except perhaps between wireless clients.
I don't intend to log connection details, unless the law requires (?).
I may or may not setup a captive portal with terms and conditions, if it lessens my liability.
I expect that I would ultimately be responsible for what goes out my Internet connection.
However, what other legal considerations am I missing ?
For example, does Canadian law in this case require that I maintain certain network logs ?