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Industry Canada recommends “limited exemption” on use of cell phone jammers

News | 06/24/2002 4:00 am EDT

The Canadian government appears poised to grant federal law enforcement and public security agencies what could amount to a blanket exemption to prohibitions within the Radiocommunication Act against the use of radio jamming devices in connection with "security and protective functions." The move could open the door to expanded use of such devices for national security purposes.

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