VoiP phones get warning 911 sticker
The Federal Communications Commission has decided what to do about VoIP phones - it wants manufacuturers to put warning stickers on them.
The FCC has been struggling with how to warn people that VoIP phones cannot always be used to make emergency 911 calls. There have been a couple of high profile cases where people trying to call emergency services have had calls misdirected.
Read the complete story . (The Register)