According to the recently released FAQs about FCC portable jammer phones, they are "illegal radio transmitters designed to prevent, prevent, or interfere with authorized radio communications." And keep in touch. "Since the Philadelphia incident, "cell phone jammer" have been the top ten search queries in Google Trends. It is illegal to own or use one without the authorization of the US government. These devices can be sold on certain websites. The second is fines and imprisonment. The Federal Communications Commission goes to great lengths to track those who buy and sell these devices. "The maximum fine for any criminal act is $16,000, and the maximum fine for any specific act is $112,500. Agents may also be confiscated. Herbert said: "The message is not to use them. "It really doesn't make sense to use them. If someone else is using the phone next to you, please go. "So far, Herbert told us that he has never heard of anyone being arrested with a portable jammer.
I listened carefully to these arguments, and worried that my hastily filling the mini bar in the comfortable DC Hotel would cause the court to make a final ruling under the Data Protection Act. This thought-provoking fear is not out of reach. Reason: I just came to BYOB to get soda, beer and snacks from the hotel’s minibar. I saved it and replaced it with Sierra Nevada beer. Only later did I see the notice in the refrigerator: When the Supreme Court asked Americans if they had "reasonable" expectations, their activities were not electronically monitored. But today we paid 300 dollars for this hotel room. When millions of people "voluntarily" check everything on FourSquare and Facebook, their alcohol consumption will be secretly monitored, and we will automatically provide each type of application. In "Mobile Jammer", we reserve all rights to follow us anytime, anywhere.
I think all the respondents in the OPA survey complained that they would not be able to imagine their lives without a smartphone. This is the affirmative answer to this important question, so I suspect that some people will find that at least some people equate smart phones with food and water. A fixed language is very important. So if thousands of smartphone users are willing to agree completely when someone asks them "Do you need a smartphone to live?", then I think that is completely wrong. Many people may not think too much about modern life just because of the rapid development of many new technologies. It is understandable that these new technologies not only bring us comfort and benefits, but also bring serious problems. It’s true that anyone who doesn’t like technology thinks it’s not good to understand how these devices are developed, but for all other devices, using smart devices will be exciting. Interference is a good example.