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FCC to probe mistaken Hawaii ballistic missile alert

euronews Sunday, 14 January 2018
FCC to probe mistaken Hawaii ballistic missile alertThe FCC investigation comes days after the agency announced plans to upgrade the same wireless emergency alert system that frightened many Hawaiians on Saturday.
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News video: FCC To Launch Investigation Into False Hawaii Missile Warning

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According to the chairman of the US Federal Communications Commission on Saturday, the commission would be launching a full investigation into the false warning of a ballistic missile headed for Hawaii. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai posted on Twitter that the FCC was launching a full investigation and FCC...

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