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ItWeb: US families oppose MTN motion in Afghan terrorism lawsuit By Samuel Mungadze, Senior news, 10 Dec 2020 American families suing Africa’s biggest telco MTN have filed a fresh application opposing the mobile operator’s motion to dismiss the case. The families argue the operator “purposefully availed” itself to the US by obtaining funding and insurance guarantees...
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Source: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/11/06/5g-wireless-challenges-white-house-434533 U.S. carriers don’t have the right airwaves or network architecture for widespread 5G use just yet. By JOHN HENDEL 11/06/2020 09:00 AM EST The buzz about super-fast 5G wireless service has been building in the U.S. for years. The next White House now stands poised to deliver — at a time when U.S. rivals...
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IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALSFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUITNOS. 20-1025 AND 20-1138 Filed: 09/22/2020 Parties.Petitioners in Case No. 20-1025 are Environmental Health Trust, Consumers for Safe Cell Phones, Elizabeth Barris, and Theodora Scarato. Petitioners in Case No. 20-1138 are Children’s Health Defense, Michele Hertz, Petra Brokken, Dr. David O. Carpenter, Dr. Toril...
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Source: https://www.nextgov.com/emerging-tech/2020/09/after-decision-upholding-fccs-5g-rules-cities-now-weighing-appeal/168658/ By ANDREA NOBLE SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals largely upheld FCC rules limiting local government’s ability to regulate 5G infrastructure and cap fees. Cities involved in the case have until Sept. 28 to file an appeal, but some experts say the ruling wasn’t all bad. Dozens of cities and...
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Romania saw a setback with its telecoms regulator stating it would be impossible to issue interested parties 5G licences, at a scheduled auction in the fourth quarter of this year. Eduard Lovin, VP of the National Authority for Administration and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM), said at an industry conference the planned auction could be pushed back until...
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Photo: Courtesy of Raytheon Intelligence & Space Raytheon Intelligence & Space discusses what Greek mythology can tell us about missile defense. By RAYTHEON INTELLIGENCE & SPACE on September 14, 2020 at 11:11 PM To the ancient Greeks, Argus Panoptes was a giant with a thousand eyes who always kept watch, even in his sleep. That constant...
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Workers install 5G telecommunications equipment on a T-Mobile tower in Seabrook, Texas. May 6, 2020(photo credit: REUTERS/ADREES LATIF) Currently in ‘cold war’ with China, US deems its version of telecommunications system a security concern. By MIKE WAGENHEIM / THE MEDIA LINE   SEPTEMBER 4, 2020 The US is pressing its allies in the Middle East to join about...
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Will Roper (left) and Preston Dunlap “ABMS is about taking the concept of the OODA Loop and transcending it from something that people do to something that machines do,” says Will Roper, AF acquisition czar. By THERESA HITCHENS on August 25, 2020 WASHINGTON: The next demonstration of the Air Force’s top-priority Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) will...
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A Huawei store in Pretoria, South Africa. PHOTOGRAPHER: WALDO SWIEGERS/BLOOMBERG August 19, 2020 Even as Europeans and Asians join Trump’s ban, the Chinese company continues to prosper from the continent’s move toward 5G. By Loni Prinsloo A year ago in June, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa got a letter that painted an alarming picture of his country’s economic...
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Source: https://www.telecompetitor.com/first-spacex-starlink-satellite-broadband-speeds-revealed/#:~:text=Using%20the%20Ookla%20Speedtest%20app,beta%20users%20for%20the%20service. 8/13/20 at 11:57 AM by Bernie Arnason A Reddit forum for SpaceX’s Starlink has revealed the first speeds for the new satellite broadband service. SpaceX has already launched hundreds of low earth orbit (LEO) satellites that will power this next generation satellite broadband service. Excerpt: Coverage is currently limited to the Northern region of the...
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