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At least they stopped short of claiming irrevocable rights over the users 'spiritual intangibles'.
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First, do you really think they advertisers set up jammers in a Mall without getting permission from the Mall? If the Mall have allowed it, then it is legal surely?
Second, regarding Faraday cages. Radio interference has a specific definition. Faraday cages do not transmit signals - they do not interfere, they impede.
It's not the cautious actions of the police when they thought there was a gunman in the house that is being ridiculed here. Its the stupidity of their actions once they realised that the 'gunman' was just a mannequin.
Mind you, it doesn't say anywhere that the guy didn't actually have a gun in his house...