Banned at McDonalds
This site is banned on Mcdonald's WiFi
Mcdonald's offers free WiFi to customers at many of their locations. However, many customers have noticed that certain websites are blocked when connecting to Mcdonald's WiFi. This blog post will explore why this is the case and what can be done.
Mcdonald's must comply with strict government regulations when offering WiFi to customers. Depending on the country, there may be regulations blocking certain websites. Mcdonald's must follow these regulations to stay in compliance with the law.
Another reason why Mcdonald's may block certain websites is to provide parental controls for their customers. By blocking sites that are inappropriate for children, Mcdonald's can ensure that their customers have a pleasant and safe experience while using their WiFi.
Mcdonald's also blocks certain websites to protect the security of their customers. Sites that contain malicious software can be blocked to prevent customers from unknowingly downloading viruses and other malicious programs.
CRYAN.COM is Banned!
Last week I was at Mcdonald's and connected to their WiFi to do some internet surfing while enjoying lunch. I was surprised to find that I wasn't able to visit CRyan.com.
I don't know why Mcdonald's banned this website. It would be interesting to find out what content they considered inappropriate for their customers. Clearly, the average user isn't visiting this site long enough to use up bandwidth resources.
I wish there was a way for website owners to get additional information or appeal the ban. For now, you'll have to use your Cellular data to view the website if you want to browse the site while you enjoy your BigMac