A man in Philadelphia was arrested this week for using a cell phone jammer to prevent his companions on public transportation buses from using cell phones. He told the NBC10 reporter: “I think I should master the law by myself.” Frankly speaking, I am proud of it. NBC10 writer Teresa Masterson first encountered a mobile cell phone jammer during the morning commute and provided clues to NBC investigators. When taking the bus, my cell phone signal suddenly went out. This is an abnormal phenomenon. I searched for the signal for 15 minutes. After a while, I noticed that everyone else on his phone bus had the same problem. Then I saw this person. Throughout the process, he openly held a walkie-talkie that looked like it had four antennas. Whenever someone tries the phone again, the person will deftly turn in their direction, press a button, and then point to him. Then he continued to read his book under the creepy hood. I’m pretty sure this is one of the devices that cut the signal. Jennifer Lopez used enough one, so this is all the scientific analysis I need.
Recently, the Internet has been flooded with reports of hacking, Internet outages and other security breaches. Nowadays, backing up your personal information is not an easy task, if not the most difficult thing. Therefore, it may be great to prepare for the worst: update the antivirus software as often as possible, keep the virus database up-to-date, and buy sophisticated cell phone jammers from trusted vendors to use when needed, if possible , Please add your name to the “Do Not Track” list. If it is not safe, please try to avoid divulging your personal information. I don’t know whether all these bills will affect our lives. Hope they can do it. If this is the case, then in one possible scenario, the marketing company will look for your personal information to understand which ads are shown in front of you. In this case, a cell phone signal jammer may be the only way to protect yourself from interference.