5G (5th generation mobile networks or wireless systems) is the proposed next telecommunication standard, set to replace the current 4G standards. Currently, 5G isn’t available to the general public, but it’s reported that over the next 10 years, most wireless carriers will be using 5G technology.
The Ninth Circuit Court has affirmed the city of Berkeley’s right to force retailers to post information where cell phones are sold. The “Right-to-Know” notice indicates the FCC radiation standard may be exceeded if the consumer uses a device next to the body. The one dissenting judge in the 2-to-1 decision was Judge Michelle Friedland. […]
En français OTTAWA, March 27, 2017 – The Federal Government should warn the Canadian public that cell phones tested as they are used by Canadians – touching the skin – have failed Health Canada’s safety standards, but are still available for sale.
Ottawa: March 24th 2017 Wireless device manufacturers don’t dispute the fact their devices are dangerous if not used as intended, but they do conceal the warnings in lengthy documents and in fine print. The result is the Canadian public is inadequately informed about the dangers of using their cell phones and wireless radiation. Health Canada […]
The CBC Marketplace Episode on phone safety airs tonight. The official description reads: As new science fuels the debate about cellphone safety, Wendy Mesley returns for a special investigation. Wendy takes a closer look at a little-known message inside your cellphone’s settings and manual telling you to keep the device 5 to 15 mm away […]
Olga Sheean, a former international civil servant, brain-tumour survivor and electro-sensitive individual issued a call for action and accountability to the World Health Organization (WHO) regarding their International EMF Project. On January 30, 2017, Ms. Sheean sent her document to Dr. Margaret Chan (Director-General of the WHO), other WHO regional offices, government agencies, Members of […]