Radiation health advocates, hoping to stop or slow the FCC’s drive for “5G” wireless, have launched a campaign that includes a 38-minute video. Advocates also want Hillary Clinton to change her pro-5G tune.
Angela Gillespie, former VP of marketing for NeuWave Medical, has returned to W20 Group as chief strategy officer of its global MedTech practice, a new post overseeing its medical device business across the firm's agencies.
Autism Speaks, largest autism advocacy organization with $57.4M in revenues in 2014, down from $69M in 2008, is under attack from critics who say it promotes fear of autistic people and spends little on them and their families.
Keep cellphones away from body and especially the head; no phones in pants pockets, no wireless laptops, no iPads at school, are among do’s and don’ts being publicized by Cindy Sage, Ph.D., and Dr. Martha Herbert.
FCC, not once mentioning health threats of Wi-Fi radiation, yesterday adopted rules allowing more powerful “5G” wireless technology. We found the same blindness among officials in our home town of Westhampton Beach.
Physicist Ronald Powell has submitted testimony to the FCC calling the new “5G” Wi-Fi technology “especially outrageous” since it involves radiation of the public without their permission or adequate study.
A nationwide campaign led by Parents for Safe Technology is targeting members of Congress in a drive for public hearings before the Federal Communications Commission okays new and more powerful Wi-Fi technology.
Wi-Fi Health Advocates led by Parents for Safe Technology are mobilizing opposition throughout the U.S. to “5G” (fifth generation) wireless technology being proposed by the Federal Communications Commission.
At least 1,195 journalists have been killed since 1992, says the Committee to Protect Journalists. That’s bad, but we also find that reporters are restricted as to what they can report by their own publishers, which is also bad.