By B.N. Frank
For many years, doctors, scientists, and even government agencies in various parts of the world have been warning about health risks from wireless radiation exposure especially to children. Sources of wireless include 5G, Bluetooth, cell phone radiation and WiFi.
Despite research and warnings, wireless technology continues to be manufactured for people of all ages and even pets. It’s also sometimes even prescribed by doctors despite exposure risks and how easily it can be hacked. It’s also advertised in ways – even by telecom companies – that violate exposure safety guidelines included in manuals.
Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for creating a compilation of ridiculous and unnecessary Wi-Fi tech which many would be embarrassed to buy and admit to using.
The lack of adequate safety standards to protect public health has led to the unfettered rollout of wireless technology and products like these coming on the market. EHT strongly opposes the use of these ridiculous Wi-Fi tech products as they increase exposure of vulnerable populations to wireless emissions.
In the United States, The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) is supposed to protect Americans by regulating the telecom industry. Unfortunately, they have a long history of NOT doing that (see 1, 2). This includes refusing to update 24-year-old radiation exposure guidelines despite boatloads of research that has confirmed that it’s biologically and environmentally harmful (see 1, 2). Lawsuits have been filed against the FCC for NOT protecting Americans from unsafe levels of radiation (see 1, 2) and unwanted widespread 5G deployment (see 1, 2, 3) which includes satellites blasting it at us from space (see 1, 2, 3).
On a related note – there is currently a class action lawsuit against several smartphone models for exceeding the federal safety levels up to 500%.
Activist Post reports regularly about unsafe technology. For more information, visit our archives.
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