Do you remember in October of 2023 when the Federal Emergency Management Agency decided it was necessary to take control of every mobile phone in the state of Texas and the United States simultaneously? There were plenty of people that objected strenuously due to their overall privacy and desire to own a secure communication device.

Read More: Warning Texas, Feds Now Launch Phone Take Over Tomorrow

Probably the biggest complaint was how no sovereign citizens of the USA had any way of opting out of the takeover, and then the event did not even go as planned as several devices started giving alerts early.

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Feds New Plan For Taking Over 'Secure' Texas Phones

FEMA claims the data analysis is still ongoing from the previous test, and that future tests will definitely be happening, but when can we expect those?

The desire of FEMA is to cast the widest net possible in the event of a necessary broadcast to the level of the Emergency Alert System EMS. Traditionally these have been sent over the radio and via television broadcasts.

With the digital age upon us, and nearly all American adults carrying a radio device in our pockets or purses, FEMA is thinking 21st century to alert the public.

According to the article at BNN,

"Last year's test was not just about sending a message; it was about ensuring that, in times of crisis, vital information could bypass traditional media and reach the public directly and instantaneously."

This article with Penn Live says another alert is definitely happening this year, or next at the latest.

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