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Government Alarms Going Mobile

Government Alarms Going MobileBy Eric Everson, MyMobiSafe.comThe American government has announced their intentions to send nationwide alerts to cell phone users based on three types of events: child abduction, natural disasters, or a terrorist attack.
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Government Alarms Going Mobile By Eric Everson, MyMobiSafe.com

The American government has announced their intentions to send nationwide alerts to cell phone users based on three types of events: child abduction, natural disasters, or a terrorist attack.

According to CNN Money, “A nationwide alert system will use cell phones or other mobile devices to send text messages to Americans when an emergency occurs, the Federal Communications Commission will announce Wednesday, according to an FCC representative.” While this is a long overdue move to utilize existing technology for the good of the nation, American’s must take the necessary measures to alter their text plans accordingly.

This development is being celebrated among many that have been pushing for the advancement of wireless notification in the case of missing children. All U.S. cell phone users can already get Amber Alert wireless notifications sent to their phones by visiting www.wirelessamberalerts.org.

The official announcement is expected by next week and marks a leap forward by the U.S. government to embrace wireless devices as a warning system. This progressive stride for wireless technologies speaks to the willingness of the American people to further embrace wireless innovations. As mobile devices continue to replace computer-based communications, this announcement gives further credence to continued wireless venture investment.

As the founder of MyMobiSafe.com, I am glad to see the government implementing this mobile notification system. As the wireless technologies from both a software and hardware perspective continue to develop, it is important that both the government and American citizens alike continue to adopt wireless technologies. With respect to the wireless data traffic that a single notice would generate to reach every American cell phone user, it is easy to see why investors are so eager to embrace the emerging wireless “Bubble II”. Data services have already become a major revenue gateway for service providers, which are only compounded by innovative developments that make wireless communications so wonderful.

Already many sites have launched exclusively formatted for wireless browsers. Sites like MobiShaker.com further add dimension to the flexibility that wireless technologies represent to the American public. This announcement may be simple at face value, but for wireless innovators these mobile alerts represent a substantial embrace of the technologies to come.

Your mobile security guru,

Eric Everson

Eric Everson, Mobile Security Expert MyMobiSafe.com

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