The Committee on trade of the U.S. Senate next week will hold its own hearing on the fact of false alarms due to “rocket attacks” in Hawaii, which was abolished only in 38 minutes. About this said in a speech in Washington on Thursday, January 18, the Chairman of the Federal Commission on communications Ajit Pai said, reports Reuters.
“This incident highlights the need for the correction of our notification system and transmit accurate information to the public,” said Pai. “We want to understand how this occurs, why Hawaii took 38 minutes to release a warning about a false alarm, and what to do to it happen again in Hawaii or in other places.” he added.
The report said that after the decision of the house of representatives, the Senate is planning hearings on January 25.
It is noted that the official announcement about the planned hearing were not there yet but it is expected in the near future.
January 13, in the territory of Hawaii issued a alarm for a rocket attack. A message was sent to phones all the locals.
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