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Our mobile network routes 911 calls to designated emergency call takers, often local or county police, fire and rescue departments, known as Public Safety Answering Points or PSAPs. We also provide PSAPs with what's known as Enhanced 911 or E911 service where PSAPs have upgraded their equipment. E911 automatically provides call takers with the mobile phone number, cell site and sector, and the estimated latitude and longitude location of the 911 caller if the PSAP is capable of receiving it.

In select areas within our coverage area, you can also send a Verizon Wireless text message to 911, but you're encouraged to make a voice call if able.

If you're in an area that supports text messages to 911 , you can send a new message addressed to "911" and enter your message. Information such as the problem and your location are important to include in your message. Also, when sending an emergency text message, don't include other recipients or attachments (i.e., photos, emoticons and videos).

Notes:

Our voice Enhanced 911 service works only where Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) have upgraded their equipment and systems to be able to read and use the Enhanced 911 location data.

If interested, you can contact the local or state elected officials or law enforcement department to find out if the PSAP serving your area has updated its systems to use the wireless Enhanced 911 information or when wireless E911 service will be available in your area. Only call 911 in case of emergency and not to find out if E911 is available in your area.

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Mobile Millennium is a research project that includes a pilot traffic-monitoring system that uses the GPS in cellular phones to gather traffic information, process it, and distribute it back to the phones in real time.

The public-private research partnership — UC Berkeley, Nokia Research Center, and NAVTEQ, with sponsorship from the California Department of Transportation — launched the pilot program from the Berkeley campus on November 10, 2008. It ran for exactly 12 months. During that time, more than 5,000 users downloaded the Mobile Millennium traffic software onto their phones.

The download feature of the pilot has now concluded. The early users ("Early Adopters") are free to keep using the software.

Our mobile network routes 911 calls to designated emergency call takers, often local or county police, fire and rescue departments, known as Public Safety Answering Points or PSAPs. We also provide PSAPs with what's known as Enhanced 911 or E911 service where PSAPs have upgraded their equipment. E911 automatically provides call takers with the mobile phone number, cell site and sector, and the estimated latitude and longitude location of the 911 caller if the PSAP is capable of receiving it.

In select areas within our coverage area, you can also send a Verizon Wireless text message to 911, but you're encouraged to make a voice call if able.

If you're in an area that supports text messages to 911 , you can send a new message addressed to "911" and enter your message. Information such as the problem and your location are important to include in your message. Also, when sending an emergency text message, don't include other recipients or attachments (i.e., photos, emoticons and videos).

Notes:

Our voice Enhanced 911 service works only where Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) have upgraded their equipment and systems to be able to read and use the Enhanced 911 location data.

If interested, you can contact the local or state elected officials or law enforcement department to find out if the PSAP serving your area has updated its systems to use the wireless Enhanced 911 information or when wireless E911 service will be available in your area. Only call 911 in case of emergency and not to find out if E911 is available in your area.

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2) Here you will see two columns, one for advertisements you'll see on Google's websites and one for the advertisements you'll be shown on the Web. Based on your data, Google will have estimated your gender, age, languages you speak and your interests. Scroll down to Opt-out settings and click Opt-out in both columns. You'll notice that the data above will be replaced by N/A.