Boston wireless problems must be determined, FCC chief says

04/19/2013 | Broadcasting & Cable

Determining why wireless networks in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings became "so overwhelmed" as to be reported as shut down is an "institutional imperative" for the Federal Communications Commission, according to Chairman Julius Genachowski. The public must "be able to communicate in times of crisis, particularly to reach 911 and family," he said.

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