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Presidential banner caught emergency alert officials off-guard: emails

News | 09/06/2018 7:16 pm EDT
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Public Safety officials working on Canada’s public alert systems were surprised when some devices in Canada received a presidential banner alert, something that they weren’t aware could be an issue to begin with, emails obtained via an access to information request show.

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