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Regulatory Hurdles for Wireless Emergency Alerts

On September 29, 2016 By ckerr

On Monday, September 19, millions in the New York metropolitan area received the familiar emergency message most often used for inclement weather or abductions. However, this message neither warned of severe weather nor described an automobile—it instead identified Ahmad Khan Rahami, the man allegedly responsible for the recent explosions in Manhattan and New Jersey, as [...]

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Celebrities are often criticized for being negative role models — showing kids all the wrong things to do. We often hear stories of stars drinking and driving, partying all night, or taking pictures with a gun in their mouth and putting it on Twitter (thank you, Lindsay Lohan). Although entertainers do not always [...]

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