Comoros, also known as the Union of Comoros, is an island country located in the Indian Ocean. Comoros is made up of four main islands: Grande Comore, Mohéli, Anjouan, and Mayotte, with the latter being an overseas territory of France. The country has a modern telecommunications system, but the use of signal jammers remains a matter of concern. In this article, we will examine the laws and regulations regarding signal jammers in Comoros.
Signal jammers are governed by Law No. 15-001/AU of August 17, 2015, on electronic communications in Comoros. Article 27 of this law prohibits the use of signal jammers without legal authorization.
The Regulatory Authority for Communication Technologies (ART&C) is the regulatory body that oversees the use of signal jammers in Comoros. The ART&C is responsible for granting permissions for the use of signal jammers, as well as monitoring and regulating their use.
To obtain legal authorization to use a signal jammer in Comoros, it is necessary to submit an application to the ART&C. This application must be accompanied by several documents, including a copy of the network operator's license or the end-user operating authorization. The ART&C may grant authorization for a specific period, which can be renewed upon request.
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