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Nova Scotia warns telecoms to be ready in case of emergencies

Briefs | 10/14/2022 5:02 pm EDT
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Thursday the Nova Scotia government tabled amendments to two laws which it says will make telecoms more responsive to their customers in the event of an emergency. The changes to the Emergency Management Act and to the Emergency 911 Act will require telecom companies to be prepared in advance of a storm, to take precautions to provide continued phone service and to offer transparency to their clients.

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