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The Mayor of Potenza Picena, Noemi Tartabini, has issued a specific Ordinance which “prohibits anyone from testing or installing 5G on the territory of the Municipality of Potenza Picena.”  The measure applies the precautionary principle pending further scientific investigations on the impact of the new technology on public health. Source PICCHIO NEWS  Read more at the link: https://picchionews.it/attualita/potenza-picena-il-sindaco-tartabini-vieta-la-sperimentazione-o-installazione-del-5g?fbclid=IwAR2_RcADwNnQjrLsFRP9gcb08QDNfBP-UduxaW1pJ85deNF2CyWj7r5T-P4
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Authors: Lennart Hardell, Rainer Nyberg Published online on: January 22, 2020     https://doi.org/10.3892/mco.2020.1984 Copyright: © Hardell et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. Abstract Radiofrequency (RF) radiation in the frequency range of 30 kHz‑300 GHz is classified as a ‘possible’ human carcinogen, Group 2B, by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) since 2011. The evidence...
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Written by Patrizia Toia on 5 December 2019 in Opinion About the author Patrizia Toia (IT, S&D) is vice chair of the Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee The coming of 5G seems to offer huge potential but realising this safely and effectively will require detailed investigation and careful planning. Photo credit: Adobe Stock The diffusion of mobile...
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   Press release 3 December 2019 Today the Council adopted conclusions on the significance of 5G to the European economy and the need to mitigate security risks linked to 5G. The conclusions stress that 5G networks will form a part of crucial infrastructure for the maintenance of vital societal and economic functions. The conclusions also support the...
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Image source: https://www.em360tech.com DDoS attacks have been around for 20 years, but the current tech environment is fuelling a renewed interest for them, with 5G set to play a fundamental role. 5G holds a lot of promise for improved communications but may well worsen the DDoS nightmare as it is unfortunately, a breeding ground for distributed denial...
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MyBroadband Staff Writer, 27 October 2019 Yesterday several internet service providers (ISPs) in South Africa were hit by distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks which crippled the connections of their customers. The effects of this were felt around 15:00 and continued through much of the day. The ISPs went to fix the problem with Webafrica, for...
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Friday 25 October 2019 – 7:27am JOHANNESBURG – The City of Johannesburg website has been hacked. Snippet: In a twitter statement posted on Friday morning, the city said it detected a network breach resulting in unauthorised information to its network system. This has forced it to shut down its website and e-services as a security measure. A picture...
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EU sees supply chain risk in technologies from non-EU states Commission calls on states to avoid single supplier for 5G The European Union will warn against a nightmare scenario whereby hackers or hostile states assume control of everything from electricity grids to police communications and even home appliances, in a report assessing the security risks stemming from...
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European Commission recommends common EU approach to the security of 5G networks Strasbourg, 26 March 2019 Today the European Commission has recommended a set of operational steps and measures to ensure a high level of cybersecurity of 5G networks across the EU. Fifth generation (5G) networks will form the future backbone of our societies and...
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