Category Archives: industry

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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Industry Admits Known Harm – SwissCom

Industry admits harm in patent application. Unfortunately for SwissCom, they didn’t make the money off this admission that they’d hoped to in their attempts to find a solution to reduce risk but to date they are the only industry company … Continue reading

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RFR – Genotoxic Studies

RFR-Genotoxic Studies (July 2006) Aitken RJ, Bennetts LE, Sawyer D, Wiklendt AM, King BV. Impact of radio frequency electromagnetic radiation on DNA integrity in the male germline. International Journal of Andrology, 28:171-179, 2005. Concern has arisen over human exposures to radio … Continue reading

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Lloyd’s of London – Preparing for personal injury related to cell phone use – Nov 22, 2007

Read more here: Lloyds – EMF Final November 2010

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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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“Can Wi-Fi harm kids?” Rob Wipond responds to Lorne Trottier in Focus Magazine comments

Can Wi-Fi harm kids? by Rob Wipond, March 2011 Hearings on Wi-Fi in classrooms discover large differences in the level of trust of information about health impacts. It’s not often CBC radio host Gregor Craigie’s soothing voice puts someone on … Continue reading

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Video- Greater Victoria School District Wi-Fi Committee January 31, 2011

Find the meeting agenda here.

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