Category Archives: Conflicts of Interest

Radiation Protection Incorporated (Conflicts of Interest)

Electrical Industry operatives embedded within our health agencies ensure that allowable exposure levels to Electromagnetic Radiation remain dangerously high. Consequently regulations are more for the protection of corporations from citizen actions than to actually protect citizens from harm. This situation … 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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Greater Victoria School District (3rd) Wi-Fi Committee Meeting – February 28, 2011

During the Wi-Fi committee proceedings there was what appeared to be evidence of bias by the chair, with some of these comments evident in this 3rd meetings recording; potential conflicts of interest and what seemed to be libelous submissions as … Continue reading

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