anyway back to listening instead of talking onned lime for a while
seriously though. don't count on a fridge to block your phone's radios because it is not designed to do that and will, in fact, not do that. fine to put a phone in a fridge but turn it off and yank the battery first
@alexis yeah I deleted the post ; my source on this was that this was done by journalists during the Snowden leaks, but they also turned the things off first too.
aluminium foil is probably more reliable as long as it's wrapped properly
the good thing is you can easily test if your makeshift faraday cage works if you try to call your phone, test BT, wifi or NFC connectivity... assuming your device isn't bugged with something that doesn't broadcast on a frequency spectrum you can test for
also I wouldn't try wireless charging with a device wrapped in foil, i have no idea what'd happen but there's potential for damage
masto instance for the tildeverse