The FCC clearly stated: “These devices pose a serious risk to critical public safety communications and may prevent you and others from calling 911 and other emergency calls. Interference can also interfere with the communication of law enforcement officials.” Michelle, head of law enforcement agencies (Michelle) said in a statement on the page that P. Michele Ellison (P. Michele Ellison) said: "Interfering with equipment will pose a serious security risk." "In the next few weeks and months, we will keep in touch with law enforcement. Partners. Step up efforts to crack down on those who continue to violate the law." However, the FCC is wrong. The agency lives in a world where low-power GSM jammer may range around 30 feet, and more advanced gears can block all football-sized transmissions. These obviously raise public safety issues. But what if small-scale interference technology can be installed on a steering wheel that is only a few inches away? Not enough to affect surrounding vehicles or even other occupants, and enough to prevent the driver from becoming stupid? What if the technology is flexible enough not to interfere with medical devices such as pacemakers or insulin pumps? Or use streaming music services? Enough to prevent the driver from becoming stupid? What if the technology is flexible enough to not interfere with medical devices such as pacemakers or insulin pumps? Or use streaming music services?