You Probably Can’t Jailbreak This Tablet Made For America’s Prisoners

You Probably Can’t Jailbreak This Tablet Made For America’s Prisoners

By Lucas Matney Private corrections service JPay introduced the JP5mini tablet last week, a tablet made specifically for the nearly two million incarcerated Americans that the company services in correctional facilities across 34 states. There are currently over 60,000 of the company’s previous generation JP4 tablets being used in prison’s today. A major update of this newer device is its ability… Read More

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