Y2K is Back for Revenge

Y2K is Back for Revenge

1999 called, it wants in on the latest technology fears.

It’s hard to believe that it was more than twenty years ago when some of the world’s largest companies were worried about making the transition to the year 2000. An era where we weren’t quite sure whether computers would continue to operate. Thankfully, we survived. 

In a similar vein, many of the United State’s largest airliners have expressed concern about the launch of C-Band 5G. American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines along with others penned a letter expressing their concerns about the launch of the latest technology. 

According to the FAA, these changes could affect sensitive airplane instruments. Hey, at least we get faster access to our Twitter and IG feeds!

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