In a short interview, Richard Stallman recommends not to put passwords on your wireless network. In the OS Revolution documentary he also mentions how he's disliked passwords ever since his job at MIT introduced them.
Why is this? I always thought long and/or complicated passwords are good, since you keep your accounts/virtual possession to yourself.
Does it have to do with his attitude towards the internet, among other things? aka share as much as possible, as often as possible? Surely there's plenty of potential security dangers in having an unprotected wireless network?