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Ninth Circuit Court Judge Friedland’s Conflict of Interest

Ninth Circuit Court Judge Friedland’s Conflict of Interest   On September 13 th, 2016 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals he ard the CTIA- Wireless Association’s appeal in their lawsuit against the City of Berkeley’s Cell Phone Right to Know ordinance which was implemented in March, 2016. A decision has not yet been rendered. Video of hearing […]

Tom Fletcher, Goldstream Gazette RE: Smart Meter Class action lawsuit

After all the years of reading Tom Fletcher’s attacks, diatribes and clearly biased articles about smart meters and our resistance to this mandatory program, it was odd to read one that had even a modicum of truth in it. What wasn’t unexpected was he missed the entire point of the class action and the most important part of Judge Adair’s decision.

Lawsuit Against BC Hydro : Proceedings Summary

  Day 1  A short summary of the proceedings of Day 1, Monday, Dec. 7, 2015, in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, in Davis vs B.C. Hydro. The turnout was too large for the fifth-floor B.C. Supreme Court room at 800 Smithe St. to accommodate, so at the first recess, some of the people who […]

France : Law to regulate Electromagnetic Field Exposure

The Monde.fr | 01/29/2015 at 13:50 • Updated 1/29/2015 at 17:58 | By Pierre Le Hir Expected for two years, the law governing public exposure to electromagnetic waves generated by wireless technologies (relay antennas, mobile phones, tablets …) was adopted by the deputies, Thursday, January 29 late morning, in favor of a parliamentary recess of […]

Tribunal ends anti-Smart Meter case

By Jane Deacon  September 28, 2014 2:29:25 PDT PM An anti-Smart Meter group will continue its fight against BC Hydro despite a Human Rights Tribunal decision to dismiss its discrimination complaint last week. Citizens of Safe Technology Society will refocus efforts on a civil claim – scheduled to come before B.C.’s Supreme Court next April – that […]

CSIRO scientist Dr David McDonald wins compensation for Wi-Fi pain

SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 12:01AM A CSIRO scientist has won compensation for crippling headaches, nausea and dizziness caused by using Wi-Fi and computers at work. Dr David McDonald, a mathematician who worked as a principal research scientist at the CSIRO for 15 years, has moved to the Victorian countryside to avoid electromagnetic radiation. He wears custom-made clothing […]

BC Hydro Smart Meters Provoke Class Action Lawsuit

CBC  |  Posted: 04/29/2013 6:01 pm EDT  |  Updated: 04/29/2013 8:47 pm EDT http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/04/29/bc-hydro-smart-meters-lawsuit_n_3180981.html?utm_hp_ref=canada-british-columbia Opponents of smart meters are preparing a class action lawsuit against BC Hydro, alleging installation of the high-tech devices has led to thousands of health, safety and privacy concerns over the last two years. Earlier this year, BC Hydro said it would not […]

Intelligence of new smart meters being questioned

Hans Karow guards his old meter with locks and a sign because he doesn’t want to switch to the new smart meter, which B.C. Hydro plans to install by the end of 2012. By Wade Paterson – Kelowna Capital News Published: August 04, 2011 B.C. Hydro plans to have smart meters installed in every West […]

Director of Smart Meter program caught falsifying his identity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joshua Hart, Stop Smart Meters!    joshuanoahhart@gmail.com November 8th 2010 William Devereaux Infiltrated Health Advocacy Group in Order to Gather Intelligence San Francisco- William Devereaux, Senior Director of Pacific Gas and Electric’s ‘Smart’ Meter program has been caught falsifying his identity in a covert attempt to access information from a group […]

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