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Pic for illustration only. Pixabay The Marburg site has been selected as network coverage in the area has been found to be inadequate. Jenni Bipat The community of Marburg is concerned at the proposed erection of a cellular mast in Ridge Road. Some of their concerns are health-related because of radio-radiation frequency emitted at varying...
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By Harry Baldock, Total TelecomTuesday 18 August 20 Sprayed with liquid that is invisible to the naked eye, perpetrators can then be identified using UV light and linked directly back to the crime scene. Excerpt: There have been some notable incidents of 5G mast vandalism, especially in the UK and the Netherlands, as well as staff...
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August 6th 2020: The illegal cell tower at no 47, 4th road, Heathfield, Cape Town, South Africa has finally been removed. Heathfield,  4th Avenue Background: 17 May 2017, letter to the COCT by Mrs K Wentzel, community activist. Excerpt: In 2016 during the month of March, Telkom erected an illegal freestanding mast at house no 47,...
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Hanno Labuschagne, 1 August 2020 The National Department of Health’s use of the COVIDConnect platform as a contact tracing solution is a misguided attempt to make its previously failed contact tracing more palatable. This is according to Associate Professor Co-Pierre Georg of the University of Cape Town, a fintech expert who is part of the...
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The installation of a cell mast in Merewent has stirred an uproar as residents believe it poses a health risk. Picture: Sunday Tribune. Source: https://www.iol.co.za/sunday-tribune/news/durban-residents-up-in-arms-over-cell-mast-49365790 By Siboniso Mngadi, Jun 14, 2020 Durban – Merewent residents have accused telecommunications company Atlas Towers Group of targeting “impoverished” communities by choosing to place a cell mast in their...
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Oncol Lett. 2019 Nov; 18(5): 5383–5391.Published online 2019 Sep 20. doi: 10.3892/ol.2019.10899 PMCID: PMC6781513PMID: 31612047 Abstract Radiofrequency (RF) radiation in the frequency range of 30–300 GHz has, since 2011, been classified as a ‘possible’ human carcinogen by Group 2B, International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) at WHO. This was based on a number of human epidemiology studies on...
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June 26th, Hanover County, VA: Hanover Fire Marshal's Office InvestigationAfter an extensive investigation, there is no criminal investigation underway. We believe that this is an accidental fire as a result of electrical/mechanical issues.— Hanover Fire-EMS (@HanoverFireEMS1) June 27, 2020
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By Catherine Sbeglia on JUNE 5, 2020 5G, Network Infrastructure, Policy, Towers The 5G Upgrade Order clarifies the FCC’s 2014 tower upgrade rules On June 9, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on a long-awaited “5G Upgrade Order” that will clarify siting rules for wireless deployment. After the FCC’s 2014 rules regarding cell tower modifications proved ambiguous and out of...
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Carter Holland, Law Street Media, Jun 3, 2020 On June 1, plaintiff Ninety Sixty LLC filed a breach of contract complaint against Sprint Spectrum Realty, Company, L.P., and T-Mobile USA Inc., alleging that they installed cell tower equipment without permission. Ninety Sixity alleges that a cell tower mounted by the defendants encroached on its property and violated...
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Our May 2020 Newsletter can be viewed at: https://mailchi.mp/fd926f7c9602/emf-news Community Activists Dr Gavin Davis and Dee Rowland
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