As I mentioned before, we picked up a Nintendo DS and a few games for it, especially Mario Kart DS, Tetris DS, and Animal Crossing: Wild World. Each of these three games are compatible with the Nintendo WiFi Connection which allows us to play other players from anywhere in the world providing they have acces to wireless internet.
At first, we weren't able to connect to the Nintendo WFC since we don't have the internet (or a computer!) at home. However, I've discovered that one of my neighbours has his WiFi router on and completely open and unlocked 24/7. He hasn't even changed SSID's name from "default".
So for the last few nights we've been connecting online and playing MarioKart and Tetris against random players, most of whom kick our ass. I think in MarioKart I've got one win, and in Tetris about 15-20 wins. That's a drop in the bucket compared to some of these guys with upwards of 1200 wins.
Back to the point - here's my question: are we wrong to be using this guys internet connection? Or is it fair game since he's left himself wide open for anyone to piggyback his internet?