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Localized cell signal jamming possible during presidential visits

Briefs | 06/29/2016 6:42 pm EDT

A short, localized disruption of wireless service for those next to the presidential motorcade may not have been out of the question Wednesday, when U.S. president Barack Obama visted Ottawa for the North America Leaders’ Summit.

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