AT&T Gets Light FCC Wrist Slap For Largest 911 Outage Ever

So, AT&T makes an “error” when updating 911 software which blocks 12,600 people from reaching 911 services, across 14 states, over an untold number of hours. But they get no fine. “Unacceptable” says Ajit Pai, the FCC chairman. “That’s really just too bad, somebody might have died, but it was nobody’s fault, so we’ll just ignore it.” implied the FCC chairman.

News: Last March, AT&T suffered a massive 911 outage that prevented customers across fourteen states from being able to call 911. While it was buried under tod

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