bestcatever11 wrote:The reason I'm on this page at all is because I have noticed I can no longer use most applications (via. Social media) and was curious to see exactly what changed. There is an official article now about exactly what they are doing and that apparently they are completely changing the password.
The WiFi password change was an April Fools Day prank. The password has not changed.
What has changed is that stake presidents now have the capability to restrict the firewall further than before. You might check with your ward clerk or stake technology specialist to see if he has been asked to make this change to the firewall. It is possible for local leaders to restrict church firewalls so that they cannot access social media sites.
Church WiFi is intended for church use. Bandwidth is usually limited and you cannot do at church everything you are able to do at home. When leaders and clerks are not able to access the Internet to accomplish their church responsibilities, they are now able to restrict use of the Internet by others in the meetinghouse so that their church work can be accomplished.