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 It has taken more than a year for Durbanites – who started asking questions last August about the huge concrete poles being built all over the city – to realise that a huge scam was being perpetrated, quite literally on their doorsteps.   When concerned members of the public asked their local councilors what was...
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Electro-sensibilité, le cri d’alarme des médecins 19 février 2016 / Marie Astier (Reporterre) Excerpts from translation: Adopted a year ago, the law on electromagnetic waves, although timid, will allow to better regulate the implementation of  antennas. Nevertheless, the electro-hypersensitive always struggle to have the ‘disease of the waves’ recognized. A year ago, after a series...
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As for Italy, there have now been 3 court decisions: 2 recent court decisons in 2017 giving compensation for acoustic neuroma (0ne in Turin and one in Florence) The first one was in 2012, awarding for a neuroma of a nearby nerve (but not acoustic). The first case in 2012 was filed by Marcolini in...
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Berkeley Cell Phone “Right to Know” Ordinance Electromagnetic Radiation Safety http://www.saferemr.com/ On the April 21, 2017,the city of Berkeley won a major decision in a federal appeals court. The court denied a request by the CTIA-The Wireless Association to block Berkeley’s landmark cell phone “right to know” ordinance. Berkeley’s ordinance which has been in effect...
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Friday, March 3, 2017 Cell Phone Safety Guidance from the California Public Health Department “Warnings on Cell Phone Use” aka “State kept secret guidelines on cell phone use” http://www.sfchronicle.com/news/article/Judge-may-order-release-of-state-health-report-on-10973430.php A photo of today’s front page from the San Francisco Chronicle appears below along with links to news coverage of this breaking story. March 2, 2017...
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For the school district, litigation is also a potential consequence of inaction, as a recent case involving the Fay School in Southboro has demonstrated. The parents of a student at the school, who they claimed suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity, sued the school last year on the grounds it refused to accommodate his condition. That case...
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This is a special post which includes an auto-translation of the recent legal decision in the High Court of Madrid, which found in favour of an EHS sufferer, an ex-employee at Ericsson. https://beingelectrosensitive.blogspot.co.za/2016/08/spain-ehs-legally-recognised.html
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