@brandon WPA2 encrypts everything using the WiFi password, so everyone on the network can see what you do. WPA3 fixes that, every client is encrypted seperately. Cell data (like for example LTE) encrypts it for everyone seperately as well. Of course this is all pretty irrelevant since you shouldn't trust the network regardless of which you use (which is how the internet was designed)
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