Disasters cause thousands of deaths and billions of dollars in damage worldwide each year, according to Statistica.com. In the aftermath of a disaster, in addition to immediate and direct assistance to victims, communication is crucial. In fact, communication and access to information have become as important as water and electricity as a basic necessity. This is even more important at a time of crisis. Events which have the potential to cause connectivity interruptions can be predictable or completely unexpected. In either case, continuity of communication must be a priority. The Internet is Essential The internet becomes our go-to place for…
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