Dallas Warehouse Receives $22,000 Penalty for Operating a Cellphone Jammer
Thursday, April 26, 2018 | Comments

The FCC imposed a penalty of $22,000 against Ravi’s Import Warehouse for operating a cellular phone jammer in its commercial establishment in Dallas in “willful violation” of the Communications Act of 1934.

The commission previously proposed a $22,000 forfeiture against Ravi’s for its use of a signal jammer. Ravi’s asserted that the FCC incorrectly applied relevant portions of the act and proposed a forfeiture that was inconsistent with precedent. The FCC disagreed and found no reason to cancel, withdraw or reduce the proposed penalty and assessed the $22,000 forfeiture the commission previously proposed.

The full order is here.

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