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Submission + - FCC Sued to allow Cell phone jammers

stevew writes: It looks like a small company in Florida is trying to take on the FCC in an attempt to make their Cell phone jamming product legal. Their main argument seems to be that the Communications act of 1934 conflicts with the HomeLand Security Act — so the Communications act has to go. Here is the link: http://news.com.com/Company+challenges+FCC+rules+o n+cell+phone-jamming+gear/2100-1036_3-6139854.html ?tag=nefd.lede

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