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Secured infrastructure for the print media

Continuous and credible information of the population is a key element of national security in all sovereign countries. However, with the continued decline in the role of print media, average citizens can be easily manipulated over the Internet, because fake news can be personalized to trigger a desired emotional state and they can affect a large part of the population with low cost and risk.

Therefore, as part of national security, a communication network should be established to maintain the traditional role of print media. This communication network would be independent from the Internet and the network would be based on the communication between thousands of Wi-Fi routers.

Wi-Fi routers would be built into street lamp posts in residential areas to build out the communication network. They would be put at such a distance from each other that ensures continuous data traffic between Wi-Fi routers and meanwhile provides strong signal strength inside residential buildings.

The street …