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https://www.technologyreview.com/ November 13 th Snippet Time is running out: Although they still face technical and regulatory barriers, 5G networks are starting to roll out in a few major cities worldwide, offering faster speeds and (we are told) greater security for users. Plugging these security holes will be an urgent task. Read the full article at: https://www.technologyreview.com/f/614709/5g-has-security-flaws-that-could-let-hackers-track-your-location/?utm_medium=tr_social&utm_campaign=site_visitor.unpaid.engagement&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1573656773
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PEXELS By ALL SIDES STAFF • NOV 12, 2019 China has instituted an online video-game curfew for minors, banning anyone younger than 18 from online play between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. Intended to thwart video-game addiction, the curfew was ordered amid increasing awareness of the impacts of gaming. Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann...
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14 Nov 2019 Catherine Knowles While 5G presents many opportunities for businesses, consumers are sceptical of the benefits of 5G, according to Deloitte’s latest Mobile Consumer Survey. Up to 84% of respondents said they were not prepared to pay the $15 premium operators are proposing for 5G, indicating that telcos need to better communicate the...
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A FULL GOVERNMENT review to establish the “independent facts” about the possible health impact of 5G rollout should take place, according to Sinn Féin. Launching its programme for the party’s Sinn Féin Ard Fheis in Derry this weekend, Donegal TD Pearse Doherty said the Ard Comhairle will be supporting a motion calling for the health...
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Wednesday 13 November 2019 | 10:15 CET | News More than half of the Swiss population (54%) is against a nationwide roll-out of 5G, according to a survey carried out by the newspaper 20min.ch and analysed by the research firm LeeWas. Read more at: https://www.telecompaper.com/news/majority-of-swiss-population-opposes-nationwide-5g-roll-out-survey–1315949
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According to MyBroadband (5 November 2019), David Chen, VP of Huawei’s Southern African Region, said that South Africa’s current site approval systems might not be able to cope with the expected large volumes of 5G site applications. For this reason, Chen believes that the site application process will need to be automated, and this needs...
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November 6, 20195:00 PM ET PAOLO ZIALCITA A person holding a PlayStation 4 controller. China is imposing curfews and regulations on video game playing minors. Bebeto Matthews/AP Chinese officials are cracking down on youth online gaming, which they say negatively affects the health and learning of minors. Official guidelines released Tuesday outline a new curfew...
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A selection of articles: Breeders accuse, among others, the power lines at high and very high voltage to be at the origin of their ills. (© Adobestock illustration) -Source: https://actu.fr/enquetes/ondes-et-champs-electromagnetiques/enquete-champs-ondes-electromagnetiques-nouveau-scandale-environnemental_28886281.html?fbclid=IwAR1XKLtreNI_GoirawrbkK9LF1GQVFpVr8__KHZO4erdY11ykaJgCC5owi8 Original article in French. 4 Nov 19 at 17:21 Excerpts: Farmers are accusing electromagnetic radiation of high voltage lines, wind turbines or relay antennas killing their...
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  We find our speakers through a combination of literature reviews and calls with experts and community leaders. This year, we wanted to share the fruits of that research. Sources written by or featuring our speakers are listed first and are followed by other sources in alphabetical order. General Historical Background: In Our Times, “The Poor...
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