SPOTLIGHT: Nuke detectors in every mobile phone?

The U.S. government is considering whether the best defense against various forms of chemical, biological and nuclear attacks is to have a small detector in every mobile phone. The program is called Cell All, and sees the detectors alerting the Department of Homeland Security of any potential threat. Curiously, reports do not indicate whether the owner of the mobile that detected the threat would be alerted or whether the alert would silently pass on to the government agency. Article

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