[VoiceOps] Are 911 stickers a joke?

Jimmy Hess mysidia at gmail.com
Sun Dec 9 19:37:48 EST 2012

On 12/9/12, Carlos Alvarez <carlos at televolve.com> wrote:
> The whole thing seems like an ignored joke.  I'm thinking about it as we
> cut over a medium-size new customer from a major national provider, and I
> don't see stickers or warnings anywhere in the building.

Using that logic.. there are lots of ignored "jokes";  things like
selecting strong passwords,
yield signs, road speed limits.     They may be a joke 90% of the
time.     But the 10% of the time they aren't,   significant cash
could be at stake  in the resulting tort case...

You're referring to the "No/Limited 911 service"  type stickers  that
may have been provided for portable devices by some providers?

They might be treating it as a joke at their own risk,  or at their
provider's risk.
Ultimately,  I would suggest, it's up to lawyers and their orgs'
respective Infosec personnel  for the provider/customer orgs to figure
out  if there is a joke, and who the joke is on....

> Carlos Alvarez

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