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AICC: New law would supersede Delaware mandate for in-state office

September 5, 2012Rich Miller

YARMOUTH, Maine—A mandate for security businesses to have an in-state office to operate in Delaware would be superseded by legislation awaiting consideration by Congress, according to Lou Fiore, chairman of the Alarm Industry Communications Commission.The Delaware Attorney General's Office issued a mandate on June 10 that all security businesses operating in the state must have a registered agent in accordance with a state statute. A security business is defined as “a person or entity...

AICC, Alarm Industry Communications Commission, Alarm Monitoring Model Licensing Act, Delaware Attorney Generalís Office, Lou Fiore, Security Systems News

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FCC steps up crackdown on cell jammers

March 23, 2012Rich Miller

WASHINGTON—The Federal Communications Commission is stepping up enforcement to halt the sale and use of radio jamming devices, which can indiscriminately interfere with cellular 911 calls and wireless signals from alarm devices.It is illegal to buy, sell or use signal jammers in the United States, but that doesn't stop consumers—including criminals who use the devices to disable alarm systems—from obtaining jammers online. They are available on many websites, with retailers claiming...

Alarm Industry Communications Commission, FCC, Federal Communications Commission, Lou Fiore, Michele Ellison, radio jamming, Security Systems News

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