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Criminal complaint against the Finnish manufacturer HMD Global OY and the launch of a a new class action against 6 Nokia models.  These actions can also be carried out at a European and international level, so do not hesitate to talk to lawyers concerned by the health issues related to mobile telephones. https://www.phonegatealert.org/en/press-release-phonegate-scandal-a-criminal-complaint-against-hmd-global-oy-nokia After XIAOMI,...
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Note: this is an American law and people from other countries may adapt it to their disability discrimination laws.   The following ADA Accommodations Request Packet may be used by ES (electrosensitivity) sufferers to apply for reasonable accommodations to help avoid RF radiation from “small cells” and Wi-Fi in public government areas, related to accessibility or...
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Re – Posted with permission from: May 29, 2019 Written by: Martine Vriens, Director of International Legal Affairs for We Are The Evidence On 30 January, 2019, an Italian Court in the city of Monza, Italy ruled that the Acoustic Neuroma brain tumor of an airport employee was caused by exposure to the radiation from a cell...
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Using the Australian Criminal Code: Assault and the Precautionary Principle: Important Helpful Legal Guidance from Barrister Raymond Broomhall How to Take Action Against 5G – Max Igan In Conversation With Ray Broomhall 5G Action Event Perth 1/2 – Raymond Broomhall &Greg  Barrister Greg Mellick sharing his views on the 5G Action Plan proposed by Raymond...
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Judgment: Individual sectional title unit owners in whose interest a zoning scheme regulation was passed have the legal standing right to enforce it. It is this common law right that gives them legal standing. Source: https://www.concourt.org.za/index.php/judgement/315-spilhaus-property-holdings-pty-limited-and-others-v-mtn-mobile-telephone-networks-pty-limited-and-another-cct82-18 Case CCT82/18 [2019] ZACC 16 Hearing Date: 07 February 2019 Judgement Date:24 April 2019 Post Judgment Media Summary   The following explanatory...
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A News 24 Article, source: https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/municipalities-should-not-approve-building-plans-which-may-devalue-surrounding-properties-concourt-rules-20190219 The Constitutional Court has ruled that municipalities are obliged to consider the possibilities that a new development could devalue nearby properties before approving building plans. The court said that when a proposed building is being considered, the decision-maker should check against whether the proposed property could disfigure the area, or...
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  The Electronic Communications Amendment Bill 2018 has been withdrawn by the Minister by way of a letter addressed to the Portfolio Committee for Telecommunications and Postal Services, with the decision confirmed at the Committee’s meeting on 12 February 2019. Letter-to-Portfolio-Committee-Chair-12-February-2019 Comments by the Western Cape Government: WCG-ECA-Amendment-Bill-B31-2018_Comments Source: Notes by EMFSA:    
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Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash The increasingly wide spread use of WiFi across business and government (especially in schools) is a move that goes against the rapidly mounting body of credible scientific evidence which makes increasingly clear that exposure to even low levels of WiFi on an ongoing basis has a wide range of serious adverse health effects....
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Credit for this post: Maurizio Martucci https://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/2019/01/28/a-firenze-il-tribunale-fa-spegnere-il-wifi-a-scuola-un-atto-straordinariamente-innovativo/4916086/?fbclid=IwAR13yCVOD08krcMoB4Y8UjqgveEfPFEbova2TmqFDy4Fd24TmUcfwLMMI-0 January 28, 2019 Firstly an Italian court ordered the government (Ministries of the Environment and Education) to launch a campaign to advise the public of the health risks from mobile and cordless phones. https://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/2019/01/16/cellulari-tar-del-lazio-obbliga-i-ministeri-a-fare-informazione-su-rischi-connessi-al-loro-uso-campagna-entro-6-mesi/4901357/ And now the Court of Florence has ordered the immediate shutdown of Wi-Fi in a...
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Source for this article: http://www.priartem.fr/EHS-Nouvelle-avancee-judiciaire-en.html?fbclid=IwAR08a3_kXRclym9jZapaO1IWlGiko87uEsylD6AbA0rB_tT4h-xJhM5w8W8 In a judgment of January 17, the Administrative Court of Cergy-Pontoise recognized the electrohypersensitivity of a research technician as an occupational disease. For Sophie PELLETIER, president of PRIARTEM, it is a double “first” : “This is the first time that the administrative jurisdiction – on which  civil servants depend –...
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