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Wow.. cell phone signal killer and wi-fi Killer! LOL perfect for those u dislike!

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  • Nov 21st, 2007 1:07 pm
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Jun 11, 2005
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Amourek wrote:
Nov 20th, 2007 9:25 pm
Are these legal to use in Canada?
u know u want it :lol:
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May 22, 2005
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Wow...my profs would kill for these :p
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Even though this probably isn't legal, I think I would still take it to a movie theatre and turn it on while I enjoy my show.
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Would be funny to drive around downtown with this in your car, until you get caught that is.
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How would they catch you with it? You think everybody knows what one of these look like?
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Jun 19, 2006
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Well...something like this could be pretty dangerous in the hands of a criminal. For instance, a lot of retail stores now use wireless systems for security cameras....

Hopefully Canada Customs stops 'em at the border.
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ItemFinder wrote:
Nov 20th, 2007 9:31 pm
Even though this probably isn't legal, I think I would still take it to a movie theatre and turn it on while I enjoy my show.
u cant carry this....... it needs a wall adapter
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Dec 20, 2006
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from the reviews it looks like it has a rechargeable 12v
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Next RFD hot topic...

"Got arrested for carrying a cell phone jammer, how to fight?"
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You can definately be detected using one of these (something to do with the signal it emits), and reported, and heavily fined.
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M@rk wrote:
Nov 21st, 2007 4:50 am
You can definately be detected using one of these (something to do with the signal it emits), and reported, and heavily fined.
And arrested I believe. Pretty sure that 'disrupting communications' or something of that sort is in the Criminal Code of Canada.
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