NEW YORK A Maryland restaurateur is in hot water with the Federal Communication Commission after he was accused of using a cell phone jamming device to end outgoing phone calls from employees so they would focus on customers, the New York Times reported. According to the FCC, people who use the cell phone zappers, which are illegal in the United States, can face fines of up to $11,000 for a first offense.The restaurateur, who the Times said requested anonymity, claimed he paid $1,000 ...
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