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Absolutely correct, and good analogy
No, absolutely incorrect. The law in Germany and other EU countries explicitly forbids accessing computer networks you have no permission to access.
In Germany and many other countries in the EU it is specifically forbidden to intentionally connect to a wireless network of which you are not the proprietor or have access rights to, let alone record its traffic. It doesn't matter if the network is unsecured or not. It is simply not allowed. Nothing magical about it.
I'd love to know how you configured that setup? I have tried that with KDE 4.3 using two Nvidia cards (each dual-DVI capable) and connecting three monitors but TwinView doesn't natively allow for more than two monitors. What it does seem to allow is for one of the "twin views" to be composed of two xinerama screens though. It then puts that xinerama dual-screen together with the regular screen as TwinView. But that screws up the screen borders, i.e. maximising a window on the xinerama dual-screen gets stretched over both monitors.
What did you do?
Whiskey sour of course! Ask W.C. Fields.