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Following the Market Inquiry into Mobile Broadband Services, the Authority has published the Draft Mobile Broadband Services Regulations. https://t.co/EVEW2SHcS9 pic.twitter.com/WpGqgeSmka— ICASA (@ICASA_org) March 31, 2021 The purpose of these regulations is to amongst others, impose appropriate pro-competitive license conditions on those licensees having significant market power to remedy the market failure; and provide for monitoring...
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Landlords could miss out on £50m per year, according to research Source: The Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/04/04/uk-5g-faces-74bn-delay-amid-landlord-disputes/ By Ben Gartside and Matthew Field, 4 April 2021 The economy will take a hit of £7.4bn due to the slow rollout of 5G if a dispute between landlords and telecoms companies continues to hold back the technology. Economists have warned reforms...
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Source: https://www.wickedlocal.com/story/medford-transcript/2021/04/05/medford-officials-residents-opposed-5-g-despite-concerns-over-health/7066907002/ Neil Zolot / medford@wickedlocal.com Published April 5th, 2021 City officials are imposing some conditions on Verizon on installations of 5G telecommunications equipment on utility poles around the city, but will be required to approve the vast majority of the 44 applications, most of which are in Medford Square, South Medford and the Hillside...
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Source: Quartz Africa https://tinyurl.com/wt9wxup9 By Carlos Mureithi East Africa correspondent April 1, 2021 Mobile network operator Safaricom has launched a 5G network in Kenya. This makes it the second country in Africa to roll out the technology to customers, according to GSMA, an organization representing mobile network operators worldwide. The company is trialling the technology in...
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Source: SPACE.com https://tinyurl.com/48vy9t4p A piece of debris from a SpaceX launch has turned up on someone’s farm in central Washington, local authorities reported Friday (April 2) — about one week after the falling rocket debris sparked reports of “shooting stars” the U.S. Pacific Northwest.  According to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, the recovered object appears to be...
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Source: https://medicalethicshealthpolicy.med.upenn.edu/in-the-news/the-military-is-funding-ethicists-to-keep-its-brain-enhancement-experiments-in-check April 1, 2021 From Future Human: The military has long been interested in what medical ethicist Jonathan Moreno calls “the whole supersoldier business” — using technology to produce bionically or pharmaceutically superior warfighters. Moreno, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, is interested too. Specifically, in one question that keeps gnawing at him: How...
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Source: Royal Astronomical Society https://ras.ac.uk/news-and-press/news/satellites-contribute-significant-light-pollution-night-skies by Robert Massey on Mon, 29/03/2021 Scientists reported new research results today suggesting that artificial objects in orbit around the Earth are brightening night skies on our planet significantly more than previously understood. The research, accepted for publication in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, finds that the number of objects orbiting...
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Source: Microwave News https://microwavenews.com/papers/chris-portier-rf-evaluation Excerpt April 1, 2021 Defense Seeks To Bar Portier Testimony As expected, defense lawyers have asked the DC court to not allow Christopher Portier to be an expert witness in this case. In a filing yesterday, the team representing the cell phone industry, argued that, “[A]llowing a new expert four months before the...
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Image: SpaceX on Unsplash Our March 2021 Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/emfsa/satellite-webinar-april “For the Safer Use of Technology” Feel free to share this post:PrintEmailFacebookLinkedInTwitterWhatsAppPinterest
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