A resident of France accidentally turned off the internet across

A resident of France accidentally turned off the internet across the city – he didn’t want the kids to be on the internet at night

A Frenchman accidentally disabled Internet access for all residents of the commune of Messanges (Landes department) while trying to restrict his children’s Internet access. This was announced by the National Agency for Radio Frequencies. The reason was the acquired “jammers” of the signal banned in the country.

Source: Pixabay

Source: Pixabay

A resident of the city felt that his children became addicted to the internet and social media during the pandemic. He found a solution to the problem on one of the Internet forums, where he was recommended to buy “jammers” for communication. The man bought them and started turning them on every night – from 00:00 to 03:00. As a result, the purchased signal suppressors not only restricted the operation of the Internet, but also caused cellular outages. The effect turned out to be so massive that it cut off communications in a neighboring village. The authorities examined the device and confiscated it.



In France, the use of communication jammers is prohibited. Now the man faces a fine of up to 30,000 euros or a prison sentence of up to 6 months. The case is being examined by the court. The agency has already prepared a violation report and received 450 euros in compensation for restoration work.



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