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Sidewalk Labs document reveals company’s early vision for data collection, tax powers, criminal justice

TOM CARDOSO JOSH KANE TECHNOLOGY REPORTER PUBLISHED OCTOBER 30, 2019 A confidential Sidewalk Labs document from 2016 lays out the founding vision of the Google-affiliated development company, which included having the power to levy its own property taxes, track and predict peoples movements and control some public services. The document, which The Globe and Mail has […]

Pentagon to Test 5G at 4 U.S. Bases Despite Warnings From Security Experts, The U.S. Navy, NASA, Doctors, Engineers, Environmentalists, Meteorologists, and More

OCTOBER 24, 2019   By B.N. Frank A growing list of credible experts continues to warn that incorporating 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) technology will one way or a bunch of ways lead to disastrous consequences (see 1, 2).  Thanks to Nextgov for the heads up on another really horrible 5G idea in the […]

Encinitas residents vocal in opposition to 5G cell towers, council agrees

by Tawny McCray  September 26, 2019    ENCINITAS — Encinitas Mayor Catherine Blakespear announced during a council meeting on Sept. 25 that the council had unanimously approved joining a coalition to oppose the FCC’s petition to restrict municipalities, such as Encinitas, from having the ability to say no to 5G expansion and wireless facilities. Two days […]

NRDC and American Tribal Groups’ Update on Cell Tower Lawsuits, The FCC, and Why You Should Care About 5G

By B.N. Frank The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed to protect the public by regulating the Telecom Industry.  Instead they have a long history of protecting the telecom industry at the public’s expense (see 1, 2).  This has become way scarier due to the “Race for 5G” which involves installing hundreds of thousands (maybe […]

‘We are dropping like flies.’ Ex-fighter pilots push for earlier cancer screenings

By Tara Copp, McClatchy Washington Bureau  – Aug 18 2019   WASHINGTON — Former Air Force and Navy fighter pilots are calling on the military to begin cancer screenings for aviators as young as 30 because of an increase in deaths from the disease that they suspect may be tied to radiation emitted in the […]

Los Altos bans ‘node’ antennas for the most part in residential areas

August 8, 2019 7:30 am This is an example of a “node” antenna located at Newell Road and Hopkins Avenue in Palo Alto. At left is the equipment box. At right is the top of the antenna. Photos were provided to the city by Verizon. BY EMILY MIBACH Daily Post Staff Writer Los Altos became […]

Oregon Legislature Passes SB 283 to Study Effects of WiFi Radiation on Children (with video)

August 7, 2019 Author Deb Mayer, David Morrison During the summer of 2018, David Morrison and Deb Mayer made the rounds visiting legislator after legislator in Salem to find sponsors for bills that would protect people, especially children, from the harmful health effects of WiFi radiation. Ultimately, they found a champion in Senator Laurie Monnes Anderson who suggested […]

Rebuttal to Board’s NY Times latest “hit piece” on 5G

Devra Davis’s fantastic rebuttal to Board’s NY Times latest “hit piece” on 5g.  The Miseducation of America on 5G: The New York Times Gets It Spectacularly Wrong  July  22nd, 2019 | Devra Davis | The Medium “When William J. Broad, a Pulitzer-Prize winning New York Times science writer, strangely mangles information on the dangers of 5G, this plays […]

Court Upholds Landmark Berkeley Cell Phone Radiation Right To Know Ordinance And Rejects Industries Appeal

Court Upholds Landmark Berkeley Cell Phone Radiation Right To Know Ordinance and Rejects Industries Appeal 2 JULY 2019 A landmark 9th U.S. Circuit Court panel has upheld the City of Berkeley’s cell phone right to know ordinance.  That ordinance requires retailers to inform consumers that cell phones emit radiation that can exceed federal cell phone […]

Ripon Cell Tower to Be Removed From School Grounds

Mothers of Cancer Survivors Share Feelings of Relief POSTED 4:45 PM, MARCH 23, 2019, BY JESSICA MENSCH, UPDATED AT 04:00PM, MARCH 23, 2019 RIPON — Parents in Ripon have been fighting for a Sprint cell tower to come down for roughly two years and they’re calling the company’s latest decision a major win. “It’s been a […]

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