"mc" <look@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> On 5/4/06 5:28 PM, in article
>> "mitchell_leary@xxxxxxxxx" <mitchell_leary@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Ok, now I see what the confusion is all about, please allow me to
>>> clarify. US law doesn't aply to me, I operate outside of US
>>> jurisdiction. I sold most of my products to the US, but not phyically
>>> in the US. I never had any problems with customs probably because they
>>> didn't know what they were looking at, even if the package was opened.
>>> The product was mislabeled, I won't say what because I plan to resume
>>> operations in the future and don't want to throw the game. LOL
> Right, but is there actually *anywhere* that cell phone jamming is legal?
> There are surely places where the laws are not enforced, but if a country
> has cell phone service at all, it almost certainly subscribes to ITU
> treaties that require it to have communications regulations similar to
> other countries.
I should add one more thing your excellent legal advisors haven't told you.
If it's illegal to use a jammer, then it's illegal to help someone use a