Category Archives: Citizens for Safe Technology

World Health Organization classifies radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as a possibly carcinogenic to humans

The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer – Press Release 208 IARC CLASSIFIES RADIOFREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AS POSSIBLY CARCINOGENIC TO HUMANS Lyon, France, May 31, 2011 ‐‐ The WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic … Continue reading

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Parents call for halt to Wi-Fi installations in schools, citing health concerns

Resolution to be debated at weekend meeting BY JANET STEFFENHAGEN, VANCOUVER SUN APRIL 27, 2011 COMMENTS (40) Directors of a group that speaks for B.C. parents on education issues want to halt the installation of wireless networks in schools, saying the potential … Continue reading

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Wi-Fi Quick Facts

What should we know about wireless technology? Whether we use a wired network connection or a wireless (Wi-fi) connection, both of these signal delivery systems achieve the same end product: Access to the Internet. It is a misconception that all … Continue reading

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Professor Olle Johannson’s submission to the Greater Victoria School District Wi-Fi Committee – Feb 11, 2011

Professor Olle Johansson- Submission of information – Feb 11, 2011

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Dr. Marten Blank’s open letter to Langford City Council

Click here to read Dr. Blank letter to Langford Council

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Wi-Fi in Schools – FAQ

Click on the following link to read and share the informative “Wi-Fi in schools – FAQ” created by Citizens for Safe Technology – Victoria  WiFiInSchools-CST-FAQsheetApril25-2011 Feel free to print this document to share with your school, family and friends.

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Wi-Fi in Our Schools – Is it Safe? Parent Information Session

Una St. Claire from Citizens for Safe Technology spoke to a crowd of concerned parents and community members on January 22, 2011 in Victoria, BC. It’s unfortunate that District Administrators denied parents opportunity to pick up copies of the poster … Continue reading

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