Wednesday, October 31, 2012

South Africa Declares Cellphone Jamming Illegal

ICASA, the communications authority of South Africa, declared today that the jamming of cellular signal - both privately and publicly - is illegal.  

The agency has established that there is 'no legitimate use' for 'mobile telephone blocking devices'.

The debate surrounding cellphone jammers is ongoing.  Jammers can be utilized by both criminals and law enforcement to control communication.  

CellAntenna Corporation promotes the use of jamming only for law enforcement and first responders when in the overall safety interest of the general public. While cellphone jammers can be used to prevent security leaks, they are also capable of not only knocking out regular communication, but emergency communication as well.

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