WASHINGTON (PRWEB) January 26, 2018
During a future missile attack on the United States or during an active shooter attack on schools, citizen smart phones might soon present emergency information linked directly to intercepted state and school websites. New patented DNS deflection technology by FastCommand enables all sovereign taxpayer government and school websites to be instantly utilized during missile attacks or active shooter situations. The state of Alabama has been investigating this new technology recently and is considering combining text alerting technology with public command of all taxpayer websites for 2018 or beyond. Not only is this technology beneficial for distributing details during a missile attack or terrorist attack, but it enables the central use of independently administered state and school websites during all calamities. During missile threats, terrorist attacks, amber alerts, active shooters, or even during relief situations the text alerts tied to central command of websites is the best solution.
Plural Website Deflection Patent
Text Alerting During Website Deflection
FastCommand believes that the Marshall County school shooting on January 23rd could have been avoided if alert technology that allowed teachers and students to exchange information back and forth instantly through the school command website and through student smart phones had been made available.
FastCommand believes alert technology would have been ideal for Japan during its false missile alert this month. According to FastCommand, Japan's citizens could have instantly accessed details continually from a single received text alert linked to government websites. FastCommand similarly feels this would have diffused the uncertainty during the Hawaii missile attack and removed the fear instantly without the need for multiple alerts
FastCommand speculates the state of Ohio could have intercepted host websites away from ISIS last year if they had FastCommand technology. ISIS took over 800 Ohio websites last year to influence students to join their cause.
FastCommand technology was also used to alert staff and the public during the Gabby Gifford’s shooting and to alleviate the prior communication chaos.
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