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20 September 2018 – Mayor Simon Richardson Approves Refusal of 13.13 Council rejects construction of telecommunication tower at Wilson Creek, Mullumbimby, NSW on the basis of siting, environmental impacts, health and amenity impacts, electromagnetic radiation, visual impacts, proximity to power lines and surrounding residential properties. For more detail visit http://ecsfr.com.au Summary: The DA proposes Mobile...
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Adv. Carlo Viljoen is an advocate with the Independent Bar. He is independent for a reason. He does not like bullies and he is a practical learned specialist in the law. His unique skills were develop through years of not being able to attend formal training like the majority of his co-workers in the legal...
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Washington, DC—Below is a statement by U.S. Conference of Mayors CEO and Executive Director Tom Cochran on recent FCC proposals diminishing local government ownership rights over local rights-of-way and other public property: “The U.S. Conference of Mayors strongly opposes recent proposals by the Federal Communications Commission to grant communications service providers subsidized access to local public property and to...
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New Delhi, September 14 Maitri Porecha https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/info-tech/sc-admits-pleas-against-mobile-tower-radiation/article24949596.ece Apex court to hear petitions of actor Juhi Chawla, five others in Nov New Delhi, September 14 The Supreme Court on Friday accepted actor Juhi Chawla’s plea demanding tighter norms governing cell phone tower radiation. The court will hear the petition in November, along with the pleas of...
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South Africa: 1. Your government is a business with a primary goal of making money. 2. Your government earns income from spectrum allocation. 3. Your government has shares in telecommunications companies. 4. Once everyone has “line of sight” from their bedrooms of a small cell less than 100m away the property values argument will likely...
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Matthew Diebel, USA TODAY Published 8:54 a.m. ET Sept. 5, 2018  France: A new law has come into effect which outlaws phone use by students up to the age of 15. The legislation, which follows a campaign promise by French President Emmanuel Macron, also banishes tablets and smart watches. The ban is also in place...
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From a tecchie himself; Senator Patrick Colbeck, R-Canton, warns about the dangers some new technologies pose
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[1 September 2018] The Electronic Communications Amendment Bill 2018 and its accompanying Explanatory Memorandum were published in the Government Gazette on 31 August 2018. Electronic-Communications-Amendment-Bill-2018 Explanatory-Summary-Electronic-Communications-Amendment-Bill-2018
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In this episode : The famous Karl Muller v / Nokia ruling, featured in http://jameslech.co.za/2018/07/09/ep-5-superdads-karl-muller-the-groundbreaking-advertising-standards-authority-ruling/ We also discuss the need to be wary of weighted studies (industry funded studies) and how the ASA is no stranger to stopping them in their path in being used to promote advertisements. Additionally, we chat about the roll-out of...
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Via Reti-Care www.reticare.com – Spain’s high court gives the reason of a work-related accident for an employee while working as an administrative at a Social Security office in Spain. The decision was established by the Supreme Court in Spain, after studying the case of a Social Security administrative, who suffered a retinal detachment suddenly, while she...
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