The article ( and several of the comments here ) imply that part of the problem is the cheap test kits. Just curious, is there a "more expensive" test kit that gives better reliability? Or are all of the field test kits about the same and therefore the cops are choosing the cheapest one (i.e. $2/test )
Congratulations everyone at TD.... that's the best news I've heard all week...
While I do agree with the problem, it would be nice if you would at least suggest a solution to the problem? How do we get law firms interested enough in going up against a large corporation if there isn't some reward for them?
There are some good passive systems to restrict use of wireless devices on your private property. A fine wire mesh installed in the walls (think metal screen door material) and then grounded properly. A Faraday cage if you will.
The active jammers they are talking about in the article don't necessarily stop at your property line and are something completely different in my opinion.
Well... another way to interpret what he said might be in order...
I think he realized that YouTube made money (page hits = $$ ) off the Susan Boyle video as well and that in the future, he might find a way to monetize that by making YouTube (or something similar) pay him for that. But as it is now, he's glad to let YouTube promote his upcoming talent.
Well... once again... a worthless law suit has provided some free marketing. I didn't know SparkFun existed, but now that I do I've got some ordering to do. I found several things on their site I could use.