Mobile jammers can be used in various situations
Regarding the teacher (and former professional wrestler!) Dean Liptak entering the hot water in his Fivay High School classroom due to blocked cell phone signals, to the administrator (and the honest government) It was a completely wrong response. Of course, his approach is technically illegal. According to the Federal Communications Commission in the United States, "Using'cell phone jammer' or similar devices designed to intentionally block, jam, or authorize radio communications (signal jammers, GPS jammers, or text plugs, etc.) is against federal law Interference.” Hell, even selling jammers in the United States is illegal, but it is easy enough to buy cell phone jammers from abroad (as long as they are not caught by retailers). The only legal purchasers of such equipment are government employees.
Liptak is drifting away (five-day suspension without pay); a man in Florida was fined $48,000 for being artificially disturbed in his car for several months. During sermons and even funerals, at least one pastor used cell phone jammer, and it is said that he was approved by the police. Of course, the driver and the priest and the teacher may have used some suspicious judgments, because the disruptor not only blocked their limited locations, but also blocked them. But they all have the best intentions, and perhaps Liptak has the best reason: In order to get a little notoriety, we call our future a concern.
In the old days, distractions in class were limited to seeing something from the window (SQUIRREL!), passing folded notes or sneaking through comics. Now, a student can complete all these operations and 1,000 other operations on one screen. How can teachers of any quality compete with YouTube, Snapchat, Trivia Crack and even PornHub? Setting a filter on the local school’s Wi-Fi network does not mean squatting into a child. Their mothers and fathers have unlimited family planning data. Society should condemn Liptak, but should study some methods to enhance the ability of teachers who need such help. The FCC and Congress should create an exception for the Communications Act of 1934, and many jammer restrictions are based on this. Companies should be allowed to find new ways to make cell phone jammer devices that are easy to control. Because, let's face it, in multiple places, using limited range wisely, fine-tuning range of jammers would be a brilliant idea:
In the past few years, I made a phone call in the cinema several times but made the wrong call. That is to say, in the middle of the movie, people's phones not only rang, but the idiot in question answered the phone and continued to have a conversation at a normal volume, as if completely okay, and there was no reason to commit a reasonable killing. (In one of the films, "Lost Land" can be executed, so maybe I should be grateful for the distraction. In fact, I stood up and said to the criminal: "Are you kidding me?" The audience applauded, but my ears There is annoying blood flowing in it, and I can’t hear any sound.) If the cell phone jammer used in the theater kicks it off in the second second when the lights are dim, then concert audiences, Broadway fanatics, movie fans and many others There will be no need to worry about such rudeness. Of course, there are always emergencies, or there is a doctor on duty, or parents must ensure that the nanny can reach them, etc. But these people should find another way to spend their night.
The sign should read: no shorts, no shoes, no phone, no service. If a customer cannot interrupt the server to place an order because they are on a call, a 35% tip will be mandatory on their bill. Even better, the cell phone jammer in the tavern should cut off the phone of this so-called customer-if the phone is so important, they can go out.
In the workplace, there is no doubt that e-mail and the Internet are absolutely necessary in most offices. But the phone? In a survey by Pew Research, only 24% of adults are engaged in full-time or part-time jobs, and listed mobile phones or smartphones as “very important” to get the job done. In other studies, 50% of bosses believe that mobile phones are bad for productivity in the workplace.
In many places, the use of mobile phones is very dangerous, but these devices may have been on the floor of the warehouse or assembly line all the time. If the employer can block the signal but allow emergency calls, there will be no harm or foul play.
Parents can try any parental control and monitoring software they like, but once a child (or even a spouse or grandparent) gains the freedom of a smartphone through a data plan, I wish you good luck and hope they can talk freely during family dinners. Just as parents have the ability and right to cut off Wi-Fi at home, they should have the option to cut off the cellular signal if needed. Holding the phone with your hand makes it impossible to enter the flight mode. Turning the house into a Faraday cage is extreme, and only people with tin hats can try. However, whenever you need or necessary, you should choose to use a home cell phone jammer. (Guys, please keep your landline.) All these examples are based on other routes that can be used in emergency situations, or at least someone expects to be sufficiently mobile beyond interference. For now, unfortunately, even those with the strongest will cannot use limited technology without disrupting classroom, theater, office, or home-wide services. If you think there is an illegal jammer around you, please visit the FCC online complaint portal or call 1-888-CALL-FCC (or 1-888-225-5322). But before you do this, please consider whether you are really hurt, or maybe, maybe it's just that the hour without cell signal is the best time of the day. In addition, if your signal is blocked, you may still be unable to make calls.