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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 strategic and effective communications plan for a developing country can accelerate its venture to prosperity, economic diversity and self-sufficiency.
MWWPR has served a summons on accounting firm Marcum LLP and managing partner Jeffrey Weiner seeking a declaratory judgement that engagement letters are void, illegal and unenforceable. Damages in excess $5 million are being sought.
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.