When you’re sitting at your computer and you need to access a website or a file from your phone, the best way to do that is by holding down the phone’s screen and the “send” button.
But you can also make it easier for people to connect to your computer by using a cell phone.
Cell phone jamming is a little-known method of wireless access that can be used to block wireless signals, but its use is increasingly becoming controversial.
The method, known as jamming, was first used by the National Security Agency in the 1990s to disable the phone calls of foreign officials and others, according to The New York Times.
The technique was used in 2012 to block the Internet and phones for millions of Americans.
Jamming, which can also be used for other things, is a relatively new, inexpensive technique that relies on the wireless signals from the cellphone to interfere with the radio signals from a device like a cellphone, the Times reported.
The NSA has since stopped using the technique.
Some have questioned the security of jamming.
“You can’t tell when a cell is using a jammer,” David Sirota, a professor of computer science at Cornell University, told The Verge.
“Theoretically, jamming can be a pretty good way to block a cell from getting a signal from a network, and it can be extremely effective in blocking mobile signals from people who are not the intended target.”
“Jamming is very cheap,” Bruce Schneier, a security expert, told Ars Technica.
“The NSA could have spent a few hundred thousand dollars to make jamming really expensive.”
The technique works by sending a high-frequency signal to jam the phone signals of the phone that’s being used to access the network.
There are two types of jammer: “smart phones” and “cell phones.”
In theory, jammer technology can be turned on for all types of mobile phones, including the iPhone.
It works by setting up a wireless jammer to block mobile phones that are connected to a cellular network.
It is also possible to set up a “smart phone jam” to block cell phones that have not been connected to an active wireless network.
The National Security Act of 1947 makes it illegal for the United States to use the jamming technique for other purposes, like “targeted assassinations, sabotage, espionage, sabotage of commerce, and other unlawful purposes.”
However, in the past few years, the federal government has been using it for other uses, including to block internet access for the public and people who have physical or mental disabilities.
Last year, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it was allowing commercial wireless carriers to offer wireless access to people with disabilities.
In a statement, the FCC said it was “actively considering the use of the wireless spectrum to provide internet access to the deaf, blind, and hard of hearing, as well as those with disabilities who are using an assistive device or device capable of enabling speech.”
Earlier this month, a federal judge in San Francisco ruled that the NSA could continue to use cell phone signals to interfere in communications with people with hearing and speech impairments.
However the ruling did not stop the NSA from continuing to use jamming techniques, which the judge ruled were a violation of Americans’ rights.
According to the American Civil Liberties Union, the NSA can use cell phones to block phone calls and text messages that the agency believes are being made by people with a physical or intellectual disability.
While the NSA is legally allowed to use this technique to block people with physical disabilities from making phone calls, the ACLU argues that the technique also violates the Fourth Amendment’s ban on unreasonable searches and seizures.
To avoid having their communications intercepted, people with impairments have to use devices such as hearing aids, which they say interfere with their ability to make and receive calls.
A federal judge ruled in August that the Federal Communication Commission could use cell-phone signals to block access to some websites that the FCC says are interfering with broadband access.
The ruling said that the commission could use the technology to block websites that “may interfere with telecommunications, the ability to send and receive information, or the operation of computers or other electronic equipment.”
According the Electronic Frontier Foundation, “most people who use a wireless service do not have a physical disability, and there is no evidence that blocking access to these websites would interfere with any such person’s ability to use their service.”
Despite the lack of clear evidence that the techniques are harmful, some experts have argued that the government could still use the techniques to prevent people from using their phones to communicate.
In 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the government’s right to intercept phone calls made by Americans with a disability, even if the calls were not connected to the wireless network