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FCC to issue fine against C.T.S. for signal jamming devices

Thursday 19 June 2014 | 19:36 CET | News
The Federal Communications Commission plans to issue the largest fine in its history against C.T.S. Technology, Limited, a Chinese electronics manufacturer and online retailer, for allegedly marketing 285 models of signal jamming devices to US consumers for more than two years. The FCC applied the maximum fine allowed to each jammer model allegedly marketed by C.T.S., resulting in a planned fine of USD 34,912,500. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: FCC
Countries: China / United States
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