Definition - What does Social Routing mean?
Social routing is a mechanism used to faciliate free network sharing between Internet communities and groups. In social routing, individuals or groups of Internet users share a broadband connection.
Techopedia explains Social Routing
FON is an example of social routing. With FON, users share their wireless Internet connection, and gain access to other FON users' Wi-Fi in exchange. Social routing, therefore, represents a peer-to-peer approach to Wi-Fi.
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