from Off Grid Survival:
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proposing a rule change that will allow President Obama, as well as future Presidents, the ability to instantly communicate with everyone in the country with the flip of a switch.
In the event of a nationwide emergency, the National Emergency Alert System (EAS) is designed to broadcast emergency alert messages warning of impending dangers. The system is often used to warn people about severe weather, flash floods and imminent natural disasters like hurricanes.
Up until now the EAS was primarily used on a localized level, but that may soon change as the FCC is in the process of allowing the President direct access to the system where he will be able to break into television broadcasts nationwide, access all phone systems, and even send alerts through the internet. Under the new proposal, the President of the Untied States would be able to instantly break into all broadcast signals nationwide, and speak to the nation in the case of something like a terrorist attack or act of war.
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