The reaction to the absolute horror of the disaster that has taken place in the Southern Asia reflects how governments have been left behind by the digital age in effectively...

The reaction to the absolute horror of the disaster that has taken place in the Southern Asia reflects how governments have been left behind by the digital age in effectively communicating real time information to their nationals.

Let me give my personal story:

I am a 33 year old Brit who works at an ad agency in New York City. My girlfriend on Monday took her flight from JFK on Monday to India for a holiday she had booked. She left very nervous. Before she departed, in view of the current situation, I thought the most reliable place to check the situation for travelers would be to check the British Foreign Office website.

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