Court keeps cellphone network ‘kill switch’ a secret | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Court keeps cellphone network ‘kill switch’ a secret

The fuss revolves around a policy called Standard Operating Procedure 303, which is “a shutdown and restoration process for use by commercial and private wireless networks in the event of a national crisis,” according to the IT Law Wiki. The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) brought the suit after San Francisco officials blocked cellphone service to prevent a protest in 2011.

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This is a violation of the First Amendment right to Freedom of Speech and Freedom to Assemble. There is no law that overrides those rights. There cannot be, because under the Supreme Court Decision Marbury vs Madison, laws repugnant to the Constitution are automatically null and void. Thus, some official in San Francisco pulled the plug on the cell phone system just because they wanted to. By doing so, along with violation of one of the most basic rights Americans possess, they placed those Americans in emergency situations at risk from the loss of needed communications, plus caused untold economic harm to those Americans using their cell phones for business purposes during the outage. The responsible party needs to be removed from office and made PERSONALLY financially liable for the harm caused to life and property!

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