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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Obama Could Send Terror Warning to All U.S. Mobile Phone

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ShoutBloger: President Barack Obama will be able to send a warning text message to all mobile phones in the U.S., from about the terror threat to natural disasters, the program is still in the plan that was announced on Tuesday may 10, 2011.

As quoted by the Telegraph, from next year new phones and other handheld devices will be asked to come with a special chip to receive the warning, either sent by the state or local authorities.

The users will be able to choose any kind of warning that came out except a warning that the arrival of President Barack Obama, said the U.S. federal communications commission.

The system will include a warning about a missing child and will stop other mobile phone traffic to avoid delays in warning it was important.

Barack Obama, who in dubbed as the "texter-in-chief", will face criticism from libertarians accept liability presidential memorial that.

But government officials looked at the mobile phone system, known as Personal Localized alerting Network, as a logical advancement of public warnings through radio and television.

Lessons learned from the events of 11 September is the importance of getting clear and accurate information to the public during a crisis situation, said Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York, where the scheme would be implemented first time there next year. It will then be expanded to Washington and other largest cities in the U.S.

He said the warning was a quantum leap forward in the use of technology to help people stay safe. The warning signal and will have a unique vibration, said the authorities of the federal emergency management agencies.

The announcement of the emergency warning system that comes after the death of Osama bin Laden and further increase security awareness in the city that never attacked by Al-Qaeda who have very destroyed almost ten years ago.

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