TELECOM watchdog Ofcom is thinking of borrowing parts of the radio spectrum used for the military during the 2012 Olympics.
According to the Beeb, the watchdog is worried that pressure on the airwaves will be huge as thousands of wireless devices will be used during the games to serve athletes, officials and broadcasters.
Its cunning plan is to borrow airwaves from the MoD while the games are running. This will be fine so long there isn't a war or Britain winning an event results in a wireless command to launch Blighty's nuclear weapons at SMBs close to the Basingstoke roundabout. µ
What could possibly go wrong?
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