An idea just occurred to me... Using location services (which looks at WiFi mac addresses), could we have a rule that states something like "If I'm in an unknown location, talking to an ignored network, turn off the WiFi if I move more than 300 ft from the location when WiFi came on." I know that seems kinda crazy, but you were considering using location services to do fencing. You could implement rules against those services. Since the fencing could be imprecise, you could low-battery location information.
PS. This is the only issue that I'm having at the moment; SWM seems to be bulletproof when I'm at home or abroad, just not at work.
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