Reply to post: Re: Ready for the down votes, but...

Prisoners' 'innovative' anti-IMSI catcher defence was ... er, tinfoil


Re: Ready for the down votes, but...

Alan Brown writes: "It's actually better to build genuine mobile cells at or close to the prisons and then have them lockout call access to anything within N metres of the antennas in the directions matching the location of the prison (It's perfectly feasible to lockout where distance is greater than N and less than M too, or direct them to an authorised tapping system)"

So the simplest way would actually be to put the cell towers right in the middle of the prison, and lock out anything closer than the radius?

Disturbing the neighbours is easily avoidable by having all prisons be circular; it's the most efficient layout for a panopticon anyway.

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