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Source: National Law Review https://www.natlawreview.com/article/california-employment-law-notes-march-2021 Brown v. Los Angeles Unified School Dist., 2021 WL 631030 (Cal. Ct. App. 2021) Laurie Brown, a teacher at Millikan Middle School, alleged she experienced chronic pain, which was allegedly caused by a new Wi-Fi system the school had installed.  Brown’s medical provider diagnosed her with “electromagnetic hypersensitivity sensitivity” (EHS).  Brown...
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Western nations have long steered the global standards for nearly every modern product. China now wants to grab the wheel. https://t.co/WaFFU21z6h— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 7, 2021 By Valentina Pop, Sha Hua and Daniel Michaels Feb. 7 Nearly every product in American homes, from lightbulbs to couches, windows and Wi-Fi routers, conforms to standards and measurements of...
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Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Radiation from mobile phones could have contributed to the dramatic decline in insect populations seen in much of Europe in recent years, a German study showed Thursday. On top of pesticides and habitat loss, increased exposure to electromagnetic radiation is “probably having a negative impact on the insect world”, according to the study presented in...
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Bradley Prior 14 September 2020 The City of Johannesburg has relaunched its free WiFi project, which comprises 84 active Joburg Free WiFi hotspots across the city. “Today we are re-launching the free #JoburgWiFi hotspots roll-out. This is after the free WiFi roll-out took a backseat in the past four years,” tweeted the City of Johannesburg. The project provides Johannesburg...
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Fahmy HM, Mohammed FF. Hepatic injury induced by radio frequency waves emitted from conventional Wi-Fi devices in Wistar rats [published online ahead of print, 2020 Aug 7]. Hum Exp Toxicol. 2020;960327120946470. doi:10.1177/0960327120946470 Abstract In this study, the impact of standard 2.45 GHz radio frequency source (averaged whole-body specific absorption rate 0.01 W kg-1 24 h-1 daily for 40...
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Vafaei H, Kavari Gh, Izadi HR, Zare Dorahi Z, Dianatpour M, Daneshparvar A, Jamhiri I. Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz) affects anti-oxidant capacity, DNA repair genes expression and, apoptosis in pregnant mouse placenta. Iran J Basic Med Sci 2020; 23:833-840. doi: 10.22038/ijbms.2020.40184.9512 Abstract Objective(s): The placenta provides nutrients and oxygen to embryo and removes waste products from...
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Sunday 26 July 2020 | 16:45 CET | News Source: https://www.telecompaper.com/news/ofcom-opens-up-6ghz-spectrum-for-home-wi-fi-services–1347942?utm_source=headlines_-_english&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=27-07-2020&utm_content=textlink Excerpt:  Ofcom will make airwaves in the lower 6 GHz band available for Wi-Fi services without the need for a licence. This is designed to support new services such as VR headsets and smart glasses, which use Wi-Fi to connect to other devices. Read more...
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Kljajic, D., Djuric, N. Comparative analysis of EMF monitoring campaigns in the campus area of the University of Novi Sad. Environ Sci Pollut Res (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-020-08008-8 Abstract Following an increasing number of artificial electromagnetic field (EMF) sources in human surrounding, a number of research studies have been devoted to the issue of environmental EMF pollution. A particular...
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Post update 16.6.2020: Notice of Retraction From IEEE Xplore® “Electromagnetic Radiation Due to Cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Technologies: How Safe Are We?”by Naren, A. Elhence, V. Chamola and M. Guizaniin IEEE Access, vol. 8, 2020, pp. 42980-43000 After careful and considered review, this article has been found to be in violation of IEEE’s Publication Principles....
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