I can transmit on certain Amature/HAM frequencies, but only ones that my level of license designate.
This is just a comment on open air wave audio traffic. As long as the communication is broadcast over the open air whether on public frequencies or even business/private frequencies it's totally legal to listen in. It's one of the main reasons that a lot of public first response has moved to microwave closed system radios. it offers some voice encryption, and requires special setup equipment and authorization to access that network.
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