Swaziland is a small state in southern Africa that gained independence from Great Britain in 1968. The country has a population of approximately 1.2 million people, and its capital is Mbabane. The use of signal jammers is an important issue in the country as it can cause disruptions in communications, including emergency communications.
Swaziland has established laws and regulations to govern the use of signal jammers. The relevant law is the Telecommunications Act of 2013, which regulates electronic communications in the country. Article 81 of this law expressly prohibits the use of signal jammers without authorization from the regulatory body.
The Telecommunications Act of 2013 came into effect on September 12, 2013.
The regulatory body responsible for implementing the Telecommunications Act of 2013 is the Swaziland Communications Regulatory Authority (SWASA). SWASA is responsible for regulating and overseeing the use of signal jammers in the country.
It is illegal to use a signal jammer without authorization from SWASA. To obtain authorization, you must submit an application to SWASA, accompanied by a detailed description of the intended use of the signal jammer. If the application is approved, SWASA will issue a signal jammer usage license.
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