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April 2020
04/30/2020 (Auto translated from French) The National Frequency Agency (ANFR) sets up autonomous sensors to measure exposure in Marseille and Nantes in order to monitor its development, in particular in anticipation of the commercial opening of 5G in late 2020. In operation since the beginning of March , these sensors already show fluctuations in exposure between day and night, as...
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Source: https://theecologist.org/2020/apr/30/smart-techs-carbon-footprint Matthew Barton  30th April 2020 E-waste workers With data centres set to have a bigger carbon footprint than the whole aviation industry, smart technology’s benefits need urgent re-examination. The embedded energy costs of communications technologies and voracious digital consumption are actually exacerbating global heating rather than helping prevent it, the recent Shift Project report, Lean ICT, Toward...
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Facing Reality **RF in the pyramid above indicates the Rockefeller Foundation Our April 2020 Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/7622df84fb12/emfnews “For the Safer Use of Technology”
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Image: http://www.activageproject.eu/ In 2008, the Rockefeller Foundation brought together a group of people at their seminal conference “eHealth connect” and coined the term “mHealth”. It was short-hand to describe the use of a mobile phone to perform healthcare. The term “mHealth” gave weight to a new industry that the world could never have imagined. https://www.openmhealth.org/mhealth-2020/...
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A short video seeks to stem the rising tide of light pollution, which is robbing Earth of its dark night skies. Light pollution doesn’t just make it more difficult for professional and backyard astronomers to observe the heavens, according to the 6.5-minute film, which is called “Losing the Dark.” The loss of darkness also disrupts...
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Filippini, T.; Tesauro, M.; Fiore, M.; Malagoli, C.; Consonni, M.; Violi, F.; Iacuzio, L.; Arcolin, E.; Oliveri Conti, G.; Cristaldi, A.; Zuccarello, P.; Zucchi, E.; Mazzini, L.; Pisano, F.; Gagliardi, I.; Patti, F.; Mandrioli, J.; Ferrante, M.; Vinceti, M. Environmental and Occupational Risk Factors of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Population-Based Case-Control Study. Int. J. Environ. Res....
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Yanitsa Boyadzhieva, Mobile World Live Switzerland’s Federal Council decided to keep current 5G radiation exposure limits, while unveiling plans to further monitor the effects of the next-generation mobile technology. In a statement, the cabinet explained it aimed to protect the population from non-ionizing radiation by maintaining its limits. While noting 5G can play an important...
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Vodafone has announced that it will be activating its 5G network Tuesday evening, across more than half of the Netherlands. This news comes despite the fact that the nation’s first 5G spectrum auction has yet to take place. The Telecompaper states: Vodafone starts 5G network in “half of the Netherlands”, not “more than half of...
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Source https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-swiss-5g/swiss-maintain-5g-emission-standards-amid-safety-concerns-idUKKCN22420T ZURICH (Reuters) – The Swiss government will keep current safety standards for fifth-generation (5G) mobile frequency emissions, it said on Wednesday, settling a debate that has delayed the rollout of the new technology. Concerns about the potential health impact of 5G emissions have flared in Switzerland, where just over half of people fear...
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By Harry Baldock, Total TelecomMonday 27 April 20 The operator said over 50% of the nation’s population would have access to 5G by the end of 2020 Germany’s biggest operator, Deutsche Telekom, has announced a new initiative that seeks to rapidly expand 5G availability throughout the country, hoping to hit more than 50% of the population...
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