The governor of West Virginia has suspended all ad sales from a manufacturer of a new storm alert system, calling it an unacceptable intrusion into the state’s pre-existing system.
“I do not want to allow the American people to be subjected to this unnecessary intrusion,” Gov.
Earl Ray Tomblin told reporters on Friday.
“We will not tolerate this intrusion, and we will take action to ensure it does not happen again,” he said.
Tomblin ordered a review of the system, and has ordered the state to immediately suspend all ad purchases from the Arctis Corporation of Newport News.
The state was the first in the nation to adopt the new system last week, and the new systems have been used in all 50 states.
Tough to say if there was a connection between the Arceis system and the system that created this storm warning, but the governor is looking into it.
The move comes amid widespread public concern over how quickly the systems were created and how easily the state was able to adapt to them.
The Arceas system is a modified version of the old system, but it’s also a new one with some differences.
It’s called the ETS-5, and it’s an online system that allows alerts to be sent via text message to mobile devices.
The system has the potential to have significant effects on the way people interact with emergency services, according to a study by the Virginia Tech School of Public Policy.
The system is not only designed to help people quickly get alerts, it also provides alerts to people who have trouble seeing or hearing the alerts, but to those who are deaf and hard of hearing.
The ETS 5 is designed to be an interoperable system that could be used by anyone with a smartphone, a significant change from the original ETS system.
In the report, the school says the system has no way of tracking users who don’t respond to the alerts.
The report adds that the system does not track users who do respond to alerts.
The new system, which is still under development, has been designed to provide alerts to the public through text messages, but Tomblin has said the system is meant to be used in tandem with a mobile device, which he called a “one-size-fits-all solution” that would be difficult to implement.
“The ETS5 is a digital version of our existing ETS systems, but with some modifications,” Tomblin said.
“It has some capabilities that make it easier to use, but we have some limitations that limit its ability to be a good, robust emergency alert system.
The West Virginia governor said that his decision to suspend all Advertiser advertising in the new ETS is consistent with a statewide order that has been issued by the state Department of Emergency Management.
The order states that all ad purchasing is to be suspended for one year from today.”
A spokesman for Arces said that the company had not received any orders to stop advertising in West Virginia, and that the state had no other immediate plans to make changes to the system.”
In the case of the Arces system, we decided that the ECT-5 would be too intrusive and we felt it would not serve our emergency response needs.”
A spokesman for Arces said that the company had not received any orders to stop advertising in West Virginia, and that the state had no other immediate plans to make changes to the system.