No More Web Surfing At LinkNYC Kiosks After Months Of Complaints

no-more-web-surfing-at-linknyc-kiosks-after-months-of-complaintsThe announcement comes just two days after a 41-year-old homeless man was arrested in Murray Hill for using a LinkNYC kiosk for self-pleasure. About several months ago, about 400 Link kiosks were installed throughout the city. no-more-web-surfing-at-linknyc-kiosks-after-months-of-complaints

The kiosks swiftly became a target of complaints, with some residents ridiculing them as “the hangout spot” Web browsing will be disabled while LinkNYC works with the City and community to explore potential solutions for web browsing. Other tablet features — free phone calls, maps, device charging, and access to 311 and 911 — will continue to work as they did before, and you will continue to have access to LinkNYC’s superfast Wi-Fi.



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