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2015 Wireless Emergency Alert Survey Seeks Feedback to Improve Accessibility of Emergency Alerts and Warnings
Georgia Tech’s Center for Advance Communications Policy, is conducting a survey on Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA). The survey is designed to gauge user’s awareness of WEA, and the accessibility and usefulness of these type of messages. Responses will be used … Continue reading
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