Illegal Use

by John Phillis

How is it people can use these towers for criminal purposes?

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Jun 18, 2013
Depends on what you think of as "Criminal".
by: Tower Genius

1. They can try to steal copper wire, risk getting fried to death. (Yes, we have had field technicians email us some pictures which fortunately will never get published here.)

2. After a long night of drinking they can decide to break into the fenced tower space, remove all their clothes and camp out 300' above the city on a cell tower, or worse attempt to base jump.

3. Listen to all of your phone conversations, read all the data communications you transmit. (This is a conspiracy theory, of course we all know this could never happen.)

4. They can also rip you off in cell tower lease negotiations.

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