2017-08-29 13:48:44

Wireless Carriers Lobbied AGAINST Emergency System Upgrades

The FCC tries to update its emergency alert system by allowing pictures, maps, videos, and messages in multiple languages to aid with assistance, but has been facing pushback from mobile carriers like AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile who find the updates to be too burdensome.

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