Safe Technology

  Contributed by Brett West In our first article on Air Gap Defences,  we explained the importance of providing a physical barrier against network intrusion attempts into our home network and the added health benefits of reduced microwave radiation exposure. In this, our second article on cybersecurity and hardwiring your home to eliminate wireless networks,...
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Wireless Education Wireless technology in focus by Brett West Wireless Education explores our wireless technology in a series of Air Gap Technology articles. In our first article on Air Gap Defences, we explained the importance of providing a physical barrier against network intrusion attempts into our home network, plus the added health benefits of reduced...
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PRECAUTIONARY NOTE BY EMFSA: Please ensure that the iPhone keeps being on airplane mode. Before starting make sure to turn off the WIFI, BLUETOOTH, DATA , all other wireless connections. Once in a while check again that all is OFF. Using the iPhone in cable mode is less problematic than in wireless mode but still...
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Lennart Hardell’s Blog Our research group published recently a study on radiofrequency (RF) radiation in schools using an exposimeter. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpubh.2017.00279/full RF emissions in the classroom were measured by the teachers in order to approximate the children’s exposure. Teachers in grades 7–12 carried a body-borne exposimeter, EME-Spy 200, in school during 1–4 days of work. Eighteen teachers...
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On November 11, 2017, Medical Associations in Cyprus and Austria issued a new position paper calling for an updated policy to protect the public from electromagnetic radiation emissions from cell phones and other wireless devices: The Problem: Please note the following included in the recommendations section: Nicosia 2017 Declaration Position Paper on Electromagnetic Radiation and...
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    There Are Safer Ways To Be Connected.     When you can and not in use turn it off.
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