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When ICASA suspects anyone of using spectrum illegally it sends it recovery teams out that remove the "illegal equipment" and then they argue about it later.
Does anyone know if they have done this with iBurst equipment or are some of the ICASA councillor's also in iBurst's pocket?
To the first question: Read article. Users report to ICASA any new links intalled. So ICASA knows. If ICASA fail to do action, users can argue that the didn't do anything wrong.How exactly does ICASA identify where this "illegal equipment" is in the first place? Then how do they defend themselves against charges of trespassing and theft which would almost certainly be levied against them should they try to remove anybody's equipment?
To the first question: Read article. Users report to ICASA any new links intalled. So ICASA knows. If ICASA fail to do action, users can argue that the dodn't do anything wrong.
Re second question: Where have you heard charging Govt for trespassing?
Once again, read article. It is not hearsay. They report to ICASA all new installations. ICASA knowledge is based on these reports. There is nothing mentioned about missing or incomplete or fake reports, so I assume reports are truthful.There is due process to be followed. You cannot just go and dismantle an installation on the hearsay of somebody else.