We use a standard Wi-Fi agreement and this clause is supposed to protect us from litigation, especially if there has been a problem with what a minor under the age of 18 has found while surfing the Internet. As long as you agree to the use of a public Wi-Fi server, it is normal for them to use the Wi-Fi available in our shop. Until September 2006, caribou Coffee customers have access to Caribou Coffee-sponsored Wi-Fi service at participating sites. Stores in Omaha, Nebraska, served as a trial market for the initiative, which will expand to all caribou coffee shops where fast internet access is available. Caribou Coffee has designed its Wi-Fi program to meet the needs of the vast majority of its customers, who have an average of less than an hour per user session. For more information about Caribou Coffee`s sites, you can find customers on www.cariboucoffee.com. In many cases, customers may be disappointed by challenges when it comes to logging in, sending emails, or fixing more serious issues like viruses. “It`s not really a default Wi-Fi agreement, because neither the Peet Terms of Service nor the Starbucks Terms of Service contain an age clause as far as I can find it, but we can defer them to this one. Most importantly, they approach the topic with a vague hand movement on porn and inappropriate content. I would categorize that as “because the lawyers said so.” .