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Sept. 14, 2022, 3:01 a.m. | John Stewart

The RISKS Digest ac.uk

The issue with spamming AIS is that, AIS transmitters if installed, (at
least for us non-professional boat owners), must have their own GPS decoder
and VHF antenna connection, by law from what I read.

And, the MMSI (ship international registration) number is "program once" in
the AIS box and not able to be changed by the user. (Satellite positioning
-- I'm not sure that qualifies as AIS, but I would not mind to be corrected)
to go dark by turning …

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