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BY EMILY MIBACH Daily Post Staff Writer Noted from the article: Council members and residents expressed dismay over the aesthetics of the devices (small cell antennas/nodes), along with the noises they make. Nodes aren’t completely banned in residential neighborhoods as an outright ban could lead to lawsuits from cellphone companies. FCC says cities can can’t stop telecoms...
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BY JIM SAUNDERS, THE NEWS-JOURNAL / AUGUST 14, 2019 https://www.govtech.com/network/Florida-Cities-File-Constitutional-Challenge-Over-5G-Rules.html Cities contend state law violates the state Constitution in a variety of ways, including infringing on home-rule powers. Along with fee limits, the cities take issue with tight schedules for review and approval. (TNS) — The Florida League of Cities and three communities this week filed a renewed...
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(iStock) Note: Objections must be in before the 5th of September 2019. Intention of erecting a cell 36 m lattice mast tower and 8m by 8m base station on the premises named below: Erf  109 Deerness Township, located at 720 Stuart Street (Zoned “Educational”) Municipal reference: CPD/0148/109 (Item 30433) Applicant Site ref: SC104015GP (Hendrik Verwoerd...
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Excerpts: The Archbishop Makarios III Hospital in Cyprus  has launched a project to minimize cell phone and wireless radiation exposure to pediatric patients. Wi-Fi is disabled and replaced with ethernet connections in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Neonatal unit. Parents are educated to keep cell phones away from children and out of the pediatric...
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From the blog “Towards Better Health” by Meris Michaels  https://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.com/2019/08/tablets-pcs-and-mobile-phones-change.html?spref=fb&fbclid=IwAR2Bvfe30Ig1RRiadK54X8Ke7Q1M1krLHydDcBS7U9eruVyuFbGVSC38GSU 18 August 2019 “Tablets, PCs and Mobile Phones Change Our Brains” : Interview with Professor Dominique Belpomme: “So tablets, PCs and mobile phones change our brains”:  The French oncologist’s warning about electromagnetic waves: “They lower children’s IQ and also harm adults”. By  Margherita Enrico, ilgiornale.it, 17 August 2019...
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Link: https://www.natlawreview.com/article/internet-things-global-regulatory-ecosystem-and-most-promising-smart-environments?utm_content=3993e6116377b10ae738903c5677f252&utm_campaign=2019-8-14Cybersecurity%20Legal%20News&utm_source=Robly.com&utm_medium=email The author states that this article was intended to summarize two main issues: I) IoT as an increasing and cross topic market which will become a present reality closer to our daily lives; II) IoT will be regulated and become an important concern in consumer product health and safety. See the full article at...
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  From the blog “Does It Radiate?” by Juhana Harju:  Published August 11, 2019 (Translated from Finnish with the help of the author.) All images belong to the author. In the scientific literature, radio frequency radiation from wireless technology is considered as a form of environmental pollution ( Hardell 2019 ). In 2011, IARC, a cancer research institute under the...
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According to the interactive Ookla 5G Map that  tracks 5G rollouts in cities across the globe, South Africa has “Limited 5G Availability” in these two cities: Source: https://www.speedtest.net/ookla-5g-map
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A MP has started asking the government questions about the safety of the technology. Image: INKOSI RUSSEL NSIKAYEZWE CEBEKHULU www.parliament.gov.za The IFP’s Nsikayezwe Cebekhulu asked Minister of Defence and Military Veterans Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, if she was informed of the potential risk 5G posed to humans. Mapisa-Nqakula said her office was aware of risks associated with 5G,...
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