Court orders Homeland Security to release 'kill switch' protocol

A Washington D.C.-based court has ruled that Homeland Security must reveal how and when it can use its ability to shut down cellular and wireless networks in times of crisis

Homeland Security’s ability to shut down cellular and wireless networks in times of crisis, such as the potential of a remote detonation bomb threat isn’t new. Exactly how and when it can be used, however, must be disclosed, thanks to a new ruling by a Washington D.C.-based court.

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