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Tinfoil hats for suspected WiFi shredders

'nuff said.
 
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Alternatively (or used in conjunction with the hats), a short-range signal jammer tuned to the frequencies of all wireless printers in the area could be installed near each shredder in a secure wall-mounted box.
21 Quest, May 25 2013

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       A friend uses an old colander to protect his head. He is moving to Arizona. Mostly harmless.
popbottle, May 25 2013
  

       //short-range signal jammer//
  

       I'm not sure this would have the intended effect. I don't think you can really “jam” a signal at the transmitting end. You'd have to dump enough power into the receiver to render it useless for any type of signal. So you'd pretty much have to disable all wireless capability across the entire network with your signal jammer for it to be effective.
ytk, May 25 2013
  

       //So you'd pretty much have to disable all wireless capability across the entire network with your signal jammer for it to be effective
  

       That sounds good to me.
not_morrison_rm, May 26 2013
  
      
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