France approves the installation of mobile phone jammers in cinemas

In France, there will not be a phenomenon that audiences make phone calls during movies. French officials said that the Minister of Industry has approved a decision to install emergency phones in cinemas, concert halls, theaters and other places, provided that they remain open.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said on Friday that it supports the telecommunications regulator’s decision to allow mobile cell phone jammer to be installed in theaters. However, the Minister pointed out that emergency telephone services and calls outside theaters and other venues should not be affected.

The president of the French National Film Federation said that the move was in response to the country’s “long-term demand” for cinemas. He told Radio France that the cinema has invested a lot of money in the convenience of the cinema. “The decision to approve cell phone jammers will be the icing on the cake,” he said.

Apart from basketball, one thing that makes me happier than a pig in the mud is to be able to watch a movie in a theater with a big bucket of popcorn between the audience and my legs (enjoy the analogy). This is a rare hour and a half. I can escape from the real world and immerse myself in the imagination of others. It allowed me to focus on the world of directors they created and forced me to quit the technology without having to click the pause button to check emails. I was very focused; until someone succumbed to her impulse and smashed her phone violently.