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Cell phone jammer prevents the use of cellphones in learnin

Wei Zonghao April 01, 2021 10:30

UMP deputy Philippe Meunier expressed regret in a parliamentary question issued in September last year: "Mobile phones may be abused by students." The elected representative then explained his reasoning to the Minister of National Education, Vincent Payon: "Except for the frequently mentioned issues. (Excessive sending and accepting telemessages and phone calls during school, extortion issues), they can also cheat in tests, take pictures during class, and distribute them instantly on social networks, surfing the Internet uncontrollably...".

According to him, this diagnosis requires "necessity": the installation of a GSM waveform mobile cell phone jammer is to prevent the mobile phone from being picked up at school. Without the network, there is no communication, for any purpose. Philippe Meunier believed that teachers could “claim the same respect from audiences or actors in entertainment venues”, so he asked Vincent Payon if it was possible to “approve the installation of GSM mobile phones in venues, schools, etc.” Jammers. The situation in theaters and cinemas."

After nearly two months of waiting, the congressman has just received a response from the Minister of National Education. The latter let him know that there is no doubt about installing such equipment. Vincent Peillon explained that the State Education General Inspectorate has considered the possibility of installing wave mobile phone jammers. Result: "If the solution proves to be a means to prevent telephone communication, but considering the influence of electromagnetic waves, people must be unwilling to emit electromagnetic waves, especially electromagnetic waves from "mobile phone jammers." The true or supposed content of health. "

But most importantly, Rue de Grenelle argued that Article L33-3-1 of the Postal and Electronic Communications Act prohibits “the use of any equipment designed to make all types of electronic communications equipment inoperative, both of which are'transmitting. Only used to receive'”. However, this article provides for an exception: "for the needs of public order, national defense and national security or judicial public services". Question: The Minister pointed out that “the school was not mentioned in this exhaustive list”, thus ignoring Vice Chairman Munir’s proposal.

Like the Minister, let us recall that the "Grinell II Environment" prohibits the use (rather than owning) mobile phones in schools and universities. Article L511-5 of the "Education Law" effectively stipulates: "In nurseries, elementary schools and universities, students are prohibited from using mobile phones in any teaching activities and in places prescribed by internal regulations." In this regard, Vincent Payon pointed out: "Therefore, the authorities of each school or college should stipulate in the internal regulations where students cannot use the telephone."

However, this ban, adopted in the name of the precautionary principle, usually has no effect. In addition, Senator Alain Dufaut has been offended for more than a year. Regrettably, "The text does not specify whether he will return teachers to comply with the law. If infringement, offend offenders (especially Parents) risk. These inaccuracies led to the failure to take this measure," he was shocked. The Minister of Education at the time Luc Chatel, like Vincent Peillon, replied that it is up to each institution to resolve this issue within the framework of internal regulations. "Some regulations allow for confiscation. In case of repeated offenders or repeated offenders, they may be punished by the school or even subject to disciplinary sanctions." An explanation that dissatisfied Alain Dufaut: "Let me serve as a member of the school board. I know it is very difficult to establish rules and sanction non-compliance."