FCC changes the way emergency notifications appear on your phone
Prepare to say goodbye to Notices President – in a verbal way. FCC has it following the rules which removes previous warnings are “International Notices” which also includes pre-selected preliminary messages and FEMA Administrator notifications of natural disasters and similar problems. As an organization he explained in March, this allows supervisors to respect FEMA’s new requirement without having to create a new team or make a “professional change.”
The new rules also apply a number of changes to reduce the chances of False emergency procedure in Hawaii. States have adopted a list of information on their Emergency Alert System plans, as well as FCC’s new plan for reviewing the plans. The new move also explores how organizations can replicate warnings, and “encourages” countries to form Emergency Liaison Committees that help process information. And if the government office jumps, it now has a clear license to report such information to the FCC headquarters for a longer period of time.
You may receive these new alerts under the Presidential Alert checklist until your phone has received a modification program.
This should trigger more warnings (if not more frequently) on your phone. It also removes some of the old thinking – global messages do not define the President’s views, and may come from a successor instead of the Oval Office. It may seem like a small change, but it can make sense in future knowledge.
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