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Hardening Phone Towers Abandons POTS | 397 comments | Create New Account
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Hardening Phone Towers is a National Security Issue
Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, November 19 2012 @ 08:40 AM EST
No it's not, the military contractors don't make any money off it. Isn't that
the definition of "National Security Issue"?

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Hardening Phone Towers Abandons POTS
Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, November 19 2012 @ 02:28 PM EST
I suspect for the cell phone service to become an "essential service"
would require an admission from the FCC chief on down to the
linesman with the pliers, that the copper wired POTS is dead
and useless. Sorry, not yet it ain't. For all those places that
don't have fibre to the kerb POTS is still the default carrier.

Then when you get fibre all the way into your house, is it still
a Constitutional right to carry it in your pocket? PJ thinks so.
From my non-American viewpoint I disagree.

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