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Study: LED Industry Expert Shines New Light On 5G Safety Mystery

Study: LED Industry Expert Shines New Light On 5G Safety Mystery

5G is being rapidly rolled out globally, despite grave concerns among independent scientists over safety. Very little published evidence exists on the actual health risks. But one pioneering scientist, noted in Who’s Who as a top industry expert, offers an innovative new paper destined to be a benchmark in the quantification and identification of actual radiative properties from antennae. Principia Scientific International (PSI) proudly presents this key study, authored by the eminent electrical engineering scientist, M. Nisa Khan, Ph.D., EE, who holds 10 patents in the field, and whose work is archived by the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Dr ...
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Common Source of Wireless “WiFi” Radiation Affects Human Cells – Especially Kids – Korean Gov’t Study

Common Source of Wireless “WiFi” Radiation Affects Human Cells – Especially Kids – Korean Gov’t Study

There is actually quite a bit of research that has already determined that exposure to various sources of Electromagnetic Radiation (aka “Electrosmog”) is harmful to human health.  “Electrosmog” includes common sources of wireless like WiFi, 5G, Bluetooth, and cell phone radiation.   The Korean Government funded a study which also suggests that exposure to a commonly used wireless frequency can impact us – especially children. From Environmental Health Trust: Continuous Exposure to 1.7 GHz LTE Electromagnetic Fields Increases Intracellular Reactive Oxygen Species to Decrease Human Cell Proliferation and Induce Senescence. Choi, J., Min, K., Jeon, S. et al.  Scientific Reports 2020 The journal Scientific Reports published a new study (Choi, J., Min, K., ...
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Lawsuit: Apple, Google, Tesla Profit from African Child Labor

Lawsuit: Apple, Google, Tesla Profit from African Child Labor

A slew of high-tech companies including Apple, Google, and Tesla are being sued by a group of Congolese families whose children allegedly died or were severely injured while mining cobalt that is used to produce lithium-ion batteries found in smartphones and electric cars. The human rights organization International Rights Advocates filed the suit Sunday in a Washington, D.C. federal court on behalf of 14 families from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Their suit claims that the companies knowingly aided and abetted the “cruel and brutal” use of young children to mine cobalt, which is a key ingredient ...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook Blacklists Hong Kong Protest Tracking App

Apple CEO Tim Cook Blacklists Hong Kong Protest Tracking App

Apple CEO Tim Cook, after blacklisting an app tracking Hong Kong protest and police activity over a week earlier (Oct 3rd), defended the company’s decision. One Hong Kong legislative counselor commented, “We Hongkongers will definitely look closely at whether Apple chooses to uphold its commitment to free expression and other basic human rights, or become an accomplice for Chinese censorship and oppression.” Bloomberg reports that Apple CEO Tim Cook has defended the company’s decision to remove the HKmap.live app from its store, stating that they had received “credible information” from authorities that the software was being used “maliciously” to ...
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New South Wales Transport (Australia) Reveals Rolling Out of Special Cameras Designed to Catch Drivers using Mobile Phones

New South Wales Transport (Australia) Reveals Rolling Out of Special Cameras Designed to Catch Drivers using Mobile Phones

Sending text messages or talking on the mobile phone while driving can increase risks for potentially fatal accidents. Distracted Driving The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has long warned of the dangers of distracted driving that involves the use of cellphones. "When you send or read a text message, you take your eyes off the road for about 5 seconds, long enough to cover the length a football field while driving at 55 mph," the CDC said. Special Cameras Designed To Catch Drivers Using Phones New South Wales in Australia intends to address this problem. The New ...
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Study: The average U.S. adult will spend three hours and 43 minutes a day on mobile devices this year

Study: The average U.S. adult will spend three hours and 43 minutes a day on mobile devices this year

It’s official: This year marks the first time that Americans will spend more time staring down at their phones and tablets than they will watching television. The average U.S. adult will spend three hours and 43 minutes on mobile devices this year, according to EMarketer Inc., which is eight minutes longer than the three hours and 35 minutes that will be spent in front of the TV. And about 70% of their time will be spent on their smartphones, alone. That shakes out to Americans spending nine less minutes tuning into shows, sporting events and movies on the tube, ...
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Parents Keep Kids Home and Demand Sprint Remove Cell Tower from School Property After 4 Kids and 3 Teachers Get Cancer

Parents Keep Kids Home and Demand Sprint Remove Cell Tower from School Property After 4 Kids and 3 Teachers Get Cancer

Since 2017 parents have been asking that this cell tower be removed from school property. Now, in 2019, four children and 3 teachers in 3 years have developed cancer.  An independent building biologist has also determined that radiation levels are dangerously high. From Inside Towers: The Ripon Unified School District (RUSD) is working with Sprint to move a tower near Weston Elementary after four students and three teachers were diagnosed with cancer and parents voiced their concerns, reported the Modesto Bee. Some parents pulled their children from the school, and approximately 200 parents attended a recent Ripon school board ...
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Study: Social media Linked to Rise in Mental Health Disorders in Teens

Study: Social media Linked to Rise in Mental Health Disorders in Teens

Mental health issues have risen significantly over the last decade and the rise of digital media may be one reason why, according to a national survey released March 14th. The research, published by the American Psychological Association, found sharp increases in the number of young adults and adolescents who reported experiencing negative psychological symptoms — specifically in those born in 1995 or later, known as iGen. Coincidentally, the greatest spike in symptoms occurred in 2011, around the same time social media bursts onto the scene. No corresponding increase was observed in older adults. “We found a substantial increase in ...
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Government Study Finds ‘Clear Evidence’ for Heart Tumors From Cellphone Radiation

Government Study Finds ‘Clear Evidence’ for Heart Tumors From Cellphone Radiation

Cellphones were classified as a Group 2B “possible carcinogen”1 in 2011 by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an arm of the World Health Organization and the global gold standard for the classification of toxins. This classification was based on evidence showing that nonionizing electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation from cellphones can trigger abnormal cell growth and tumors.2,3 In my view, this is a mistake and, just like smoking, I am confident it will be recategorized in the future to a 1A carcinogen. Earlier this year, preliminary findings of two government-funded animal studies4 were published that further support ...
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Internal Medicine Physician, Dr. Sharon Goldberg, Delivered testimony before Congress about the Dangers of 5G Technology

Internal Medicine Physician, Dr. Sharon Goldberg, Delivered testimony before Congress about the Dangers of 5G Technology

Internal medicine physician & professor Dr. Sharon Goldberg delivered testimony before Congress about 5G technology and the inherent dangers surrounding it, specifically the biological effects of the electromagnetic radiation ...
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5G Wireless Service was Launched by Verizon in the first 4 Cities on Earth: Sacramento, Houston, Indianapolis, and Los Angeles

5G Wireless Service was Launched by Verizon in the first 4 Cities on Earth: Sacramento, Houston, Indianapolis, and Los Angeles

5G wireless service was launched by Verizon in the first 4 cities on Earth: Sacramento, California, Houston, Texas, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Los Angeles, California. Verizon launched it on October 1, offering free 5G to users for three months. Sacramento’s 5G saturated locations are visible on this map, in the light red circular patches. Soon, dozens of other American cities will be saturated with 5G frequencies, when AT&T launches its network. The AT&T network also set to launch in late 2018, will happen in 23 metropolitan areas, many of them in the south: Atlanta, Georgia, Austin, Texas, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Boston, Massachusetts, Fresno, California, Buffalo, New ...
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Study: Facebook and Google Push Users into Sharing Personal Data

Study: Facebook and Google Push Users into Sharing Personal Data

Facebook and Google steer us into sharing vast amounts of information about ourselves, through cunning design, privacy invasive defaults, and “take it or leave it”-choices, according to an analysis of the companies’ privacy updates. As the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is implemented across Europe, users of digital services have been confronted with new privacy settings through numerous pop-up messages. Unfortunately, The Norwegian Consumer Councils just published analysis demonstrates that companies appear to have little intention of giving users actual choices. – These companies manipulate us into sharing information about ourselves. This shows a lack of respect for ...
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Study: Putting your Phone down by 10pm can Boost your Mood, Cure Depression

Study: Putting your Phone down by 10pm can Boost your Mood, Cure Depression

STRUGGLING to fall asleep at night? It may be time to ditch your mobile phone after nightfall. The largest study to link disrupted sleep with mental health issues has recommended devices should not be used after 10pm if you want to get a decent night’s sleep. That means no more aimlessly scrolling through Facebook in bed, watching YouTube clips or sleeping with the TV on. The study, published in The Lancet Psychiatry, found people who do so are more likely to suffer from mood problems and rate themselves as less happy than those who switch off entirely in the ...
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First of Its Kind University Study Proves Without a Doubt that Your Phone is Spying On You

First of Its Kind University Study Proves Without a Doubt that Your Phone is Spying On You

For years, conspiracy theories about smart phones listening to users without their permission to show them advertisements have abounded. While some researchers have shown this could happen, a first of its kind study just found something far more insidious. Academics at Northeastern University have just proven that your phone is recording your screen—as in taking video—and uploading it to third parties. For the last year, Elleen Pan, Jingjing Ren, Martina Lindorfer, Christo Wilson, and David Choffnes ran an experiment involving more than 17,000 of the most popular Android (a mobile operating system developed by Google) apps using ten different ...
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Ramazzini Institute (Italy) Study Concludes Cell Tower Radiation Causes Cancer

Ramazzini Institute (Italy) Study Concludes Cell Tower Radiation Causes Cancer

Scientists call on the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer to re-evaluate the carcinogenicity of cell phone radiation after the Ramazzini Institute and US government studies report finding the same unusual cancers. In the study, researchers exposed 2,448 rats to 1.8 GHz GSM radiofrequency radiation in amounts that mimicked those that cell tower antennas give off for 19 hours a day. They found that the female rats had a higher chance of developing malignant brain tumors, while all rats had a higher chance of precancerous conditions and Schwann cell hyperplasia. Researchers with the renowned Ramazzini Institute ...
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Germany Preparing Law for Backdoors in Any Type of Modern Device

Germany Preparing Law for Backdoors in Any Type of Modern Device

German authorities are preparing a law that will force device manufacturers to include backdoors within their products that law enforcement agencies could use at their discretion for legal investigations. The law would target all modern devices, such as cars, phones, computers, IoT products, and more. Officials are expected to submit their proposed law for debate this week, according to local news outlet RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland (RND). The man supporting this proposal is Thomas de Maizière, Germany's Interior Minister, who cites the difficulty law enforcement agents have had in past months investigating the recent surge of terrorist attacks and other crimes ...
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Wikileaks Publishes "Spy Files Russia" Detailing Russia's Mass Surveillance System

Wikileaks Publishes “Spy Files Russia” Detailing Russia’s Mass Surveillance System

Perhaps in an attempt to refute recurring allegations that it has traditionally focused on exposing only US state secrets, if not being an outright covert and subversive Moscow front, today Wikileaks released a new cache of documents which it claims detail surveillance apparatus used by the Russian state to spy on Internet and mobile users. It’s the first time the organization has leaked material directly pertaining to the Russian state. RELEASE: Spy Files #Russia https://t.co/CJMQVrNXef #SORM #FSB pic.twitter.com/QZPKY0HEWx — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) September 19, 2017 The full datadump can be found here. In its summary of the cache of mostly ...
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California’s Department of Public Health Released a Document Kept Secret for 7 Years Outlining Health Officials’ Concerns About Cellphone Radiation Exposure

California’s Department of Public Health Released a Document Kept Secret for 7 Years Outlining Health Officials’ Concerns About Cellphone Radiation Exposure

 After keeping it hidden for years, California’s Department of Public Health released a document outlining health officials’ concerns about cellphone radiation exposure. A Superior Court Judge ruled that the “document advising the public of the risks associated with Cellular Phones” is not a draft as claimed by the government, and ordered the state to release an unaltered version of the public record without the text that it added indicating the document was a “Draft and Not for Public Release.” The previously unpublished document was released after a judge indicated she would order the documents be disclosed in the case Moskowitz v. CDPH. Joel Moskowitz, Ph.D., who is the ...
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10 Year Toxicology Studies in Rats from 2G & 3G Cell Phone Radiation Results in Increased Risk for Cancer. FDA Concludes Rats Shouldn't Use Cell Phones

10 Year Toxicology Studies in Rats from 2G & 3G Cell Phone Radiation Results in Increased Risk for Cancer. FDA Concludes Rats Shouldn’t Use Cell Phones

The recent NTP (National Toxicology Program) study confirmed rats exposed to microwave RFR (radiofrequency radiation) emitted by 2G and 3G broadband—not 4G, the  current “top banana” generation microwave broadband used, soon to be replaced by 5G, were at increased risk for contracting cancer. NTP conducted toxicology studies in rats and mice to help clarify potential health hazards, including cancer risk, from exposure to RFR like that used in 2G and 3G cell phones. So what did the $25-$30 million, ten year study confirm? The NTP studies found that high exposure to RFR used by cell phones was associated with: Clear evidence of tumors ...
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US Intelligence Whistleblower Leaks Mobile Surveillance Devices

US Intelligence Whistleblower Leaks Mobile Surveillance Devices

A whistleblower tied to the U.S. intelligence community leaked a secret catalog containing a wide array of cell phone surveillance devices used by the NSA, CIA, military, and police. THE INTERCEPT OBTAINED a secret, internal U.S. government catalogue of dozens of cell phone surveillance devices used by the military and by intelligence agencies. The document, thick with previously undisclosed information, also offers rare insight into the spying capabilities of federal law enforcement and local police inside the United States. The catalogue includes details on the Stingray, a well-known brand of surveillance gear, as well as Boeing “dirt boxes” and dozens of more obscure devices that ...
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