The “forgotten” GPS jammer costs the driver 2,000 euros
When a man in La Rochelle parked him in the parking lot of Nantes Atlantique Airport, he was fined 2,000 euros for “forgot” to turn off the GPS jammer in the vehicle.
The Nantes court said the fifty-year-old man left the jammer in his car when he flew to Africa in April. The device disrupted the tracking system of the aircraft entering and exiting the airport, causing several flight delays before being located and disabled.
The prosecutor also demanded a three-month suspended sentence for the man.
The use of handheld gps jammer is to deliberately block, interfere or interfere with legal communications (for example, B. mobile phones, text messages, GPS systems and Wi-Fi networks.
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French Agence France-Presse said that in France, although law enforcement officers can use GPS jammers under certain circumstances, in France, the public is illegal. However, this has not prevented some motorists from using them to avoid paying road tolls or keeping track of their vehicles. They form bubbles around the vehicle and can block GPS signals for up to 50 meters.
Therefore, you must be cautious when using wireless jammer and cannot be used to disrupt public order. It can only be used in special places and times.