It is like talking about Speeding and radar detectors. and what not. Short of a search warrant which would never happen with out probable cause. Just saying "I have a Phone jammer" on a public forum would not give probable cause. If one were to say "I have a jammer and plan to use it in the commission of Bla-Bla crime", then the probable cause would be "in the prevention of an imminent crime." Fifth amendment right extend to ones right not to be quoted as a witness in an investigation against themselves. Even discussing having used a jammer is not admissible as evidence because no crime would have been committed. If I were to explain in detail the effects of using the jammer to disrupted emergency services. That conversation could be used to investigate a crime.
gyre wrote:Someone stole an entire mobile tower here.
News with pictures.
Have you seen this truck? (very identifiable shape)
You can't leave anything lying around.
wh..sh wrote:*walks in with a hot cup of tea*
Thank you, peeps!!
I seem to have lost touch with the art of celebration.
For now, I am going to listen to my happy song...
graidawg wrote:love the link knowmad, thats how i like my news to the point!
Gyre, as the FCC sees it, interfering with any of those bands is illegal (as is selling/importing any devices that are specifically designed to do so). I doubt they've got crack enforcement teams chasing down potential violations, but they get defensive and tend to come down on people once it's been reported. And in the post-9/11 world, people screwing around with whole towers or doing the serial offender thing run the risk of domestic terrorism charges as well (cellular is considered essential for emergency services these days).
LOL about joining in, aserendipity. I generally just kind of laugh my way through it. When I lived in NY my friends and I coined the term 'floor show' for people getting too loud or acting out in public spaces. Mostly we meant it for crazy homeless people shouting at no one or somebody going through a breakup or massive argument on the sidewalk or subway, but as cell phones have become so ubiquitous it just kind of spills over. Comedy.
Alas, the market calls. Have a good evening everyone!
knowmad wrote:What you're are talking about is the Jamming of a Cell tower. What I am talking about is the jamming of some Slobs Cell phone when they chose to have a loud, rude over informing conversation in Public space. These are Two completely different things.
Bob wrote:knowmad wrote:What you're are talking about is the Jamming of a Cell tower. What I am talking about is the jamming of some Slobs Cell phone when they chose to have a loud, rude over informing conversation in Public space. These are Two completely different things.
Wow. And you feel special enough to publicly brag about this under a fake name.
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