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Diplomats in China report similar brain injuries as Americans in Cuba

2019 Mar 15 In 2016 and 2017, 25 Americans in the U.S. embassy in Cuba suffered serious, unexplained brain injuries. Now, at least 15 American officials in China are reporting similar symptoms. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT U.S. officials in China report unexplained brain injuries…   U.S. officials in China report unexplained br… […]

Fourth Ripon student has cancer. Parents demand removal of cell tower from school

MARCH 12, 2019 11:13 AM, Ripon, California, Unified School District is working with Sprint to move a cellular phone tower near Weston Elementary after four students were diagnosed with cancer and parents voiced their concerns. By Akira Olivia Kumamoto | Joan Barnett Lee | Ken Carlson The Ripon Unified School District said it is talking […]

USA: Controversy grows as mini 5G cell towers pop up everywhere

By: John Matarese  Feb 08, 2019 05:47 PM EST  Mysterious orange PVC pipes are popping up in communities everywhere, stamped with the words “fiber optic”. They may not be for home internet and TV signals but rather to hold the connecting cables for mini 5G towers. Homeowners on many quiet, tree-lined streets are worried that they […]

USA – ESHOO INTRODUCES LEGISLATION TO RESTORE LOCAL CONTROL IN DEPLOYMENT OF 5G

January 15th, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Yesterday Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (CA-18) introduced H.R. 530, the Accelerating Wireless Broadband Development by Empowering Local Communities Act of 2019, legislation to overturn Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations limiting the ability of local governments to regulate the deployment of 5G wireless infrastructure. “Having served in local government for […]

AT&T turns on its mobile 5G network on Dec. 21, starting with 12 cities

Eli Blumenthal, USA TODAYPublished 9:00 a.m. ET Dec. 18, 2018 The mobile 5G race is officially at the starting block. On Friday, Dec. 21, AT&T will turn on its mobile 5G network for the public in 12 cities around the country. The first batch: Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Louisville, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, San Antonio and […]

Blumenthal wants FCC to prove 5G wireless technology is safe

By: ANA RADELAT | December 3, 2018 CT-N U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal speaking during a press conference about 5G wireless technology at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford on Monday. Washington – U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is leading a campaign to determine whether new “5G” wireless technology is safe and is asking the federal government […]

Verizon Drops Small Cell Wireless Booster Application in Face of Fees

By: Rich Hosford   A proposed wireless signal booster project that had drawn some tough questions was pulled last night.   Verizon Wireless representative Attorney Daniel Klasnick said his client would rather pull the project for seven small cell boosters planned for telephone poles around town than face a fee that was a condition being […]

U.S. senators urge Trudeau to block Huawei from 5G

STEVEN CHASE ROBERT FIFE OTTAWA BUREAU CHIEF Oct 11, 2018 Two influential members of the U.S. Senate select intelligence committee have written Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, urging him to bar Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei from Canada’s next-generation 5G mobile network on the grounds the Shenzhen-based firm represents a significant security risk. These American concerns cross […]

Cities will sue FCC to stop $2 billion giveaway to wireless carriers

After FCC vote, cities try to restore local control over 5G fees and equipment. JON BRODKIN – 10/3/2018, 8:52 AM Cities are planning to sue the Federal Communications Commission over its decision to preempt local rules on deployment of 5G wireless equipment. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and City Attorney Pete Holmes yesterday said their city […]

Some Duke Energy customers claim smart meters are making them sick.

Here’s how you can opt out. Tonya Simpson, Diane Wilson Monday, October 01, 2018 06:30PM New options are now available for some Duke Energy customers who want to “opt out” of a controversial new technology. Starting Oct. 1, Duke Energy Carolina customers will have the option of saying ‘no’ to having new smart meters installed […]

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