ACMA Cracks Down On Jammers

Written by Computer Daily News     12/07/2013 | 12:35 | Category: INDUSTRY

A joint effort to crack down on mobile and GPS jammers has resulted in the seizure of almost 100 of the devices over seven months according to the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

ACMA Cracks Down On Jammers

The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service mail carriers including Australia Post and ACMA have worked together on a campaign to restrict the importation of the prohibited jammers into the country.

The operation; possession or supply of the illegal devices could result in jail of up to two years and penalties of up to $255,000 for companies.


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