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Companies decode Smart Meter data for energy utilities and make “highly personalized profiles of each and every customer”

Utility companies say they only get aggregate, anonymous data from Smart Meters  and that your energy usage data is completely private. This is what actually happens to your energy data. From ONZO December 7, 2016 “A quick video to help you understand … Continue reading

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Synopsis: Wi-Fi Radiation in Schools in Maryland — Final Report

From SaferEMR.com Based upon a review of the research and public input, the Maryland Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council adopted a report on Wi-Fi Radiation in Maryland Schools in December, 2016. The report makes the following recommendations: “The … Continue reading

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The role of global public relations firms in shaping the news and managing public perception

Why are websites such as this necessary? Dive into different state or country Smart Meter controversies and you see Smart Meters are a terrible fraud and scandal, and many people are being hurt. However, the mainstream news rarely covers this except … Continue reading

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Research finds human sweat ducts are antennas for millimeter waves (5G), resulting in high levels of radiation absorption by sweat ducts; presented at NIH/NIEHS sponsored conference

Potential Risks to Human Health Originating from Future Sub-MM Communication Systems, Paul Ben Ishai and Yuri Feldman presented at Expert Forum: Wireless Radiation and Human Health Hebrew University Medical School, January 23-26 2017 Sponsored by The Israel Institute for Advanced Study and … Continue reading

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NIH/NIEHS co-sponsors international wireless radiation expert forum; scientists question the safety of untested 5G technology

  From Environmental Health Trust Expert Forum: Wireless Radiation and Human Health Hebrew University Medical School, January 23-26 2017 Sponsored by The Israel Institute for Advanced Study and Environmental Health Trust With Support from National Institutes of Health/ National Institutes … Continue reading

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Copper line vs. VoIP; Ohio Fioptics customers get surprise after storm

From WCPO Cincinnati, Ohio By John Matarese March 4, 2017 Thousands of Tri-Staters have made the switch to Cincinnati Bell Fioptics, as an alternative to cable TV. It includes your internet, home phone (with the same number you always had) … Continue reading

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Paris to adopt stricter EMF radiation standards; most protective European city

From Telecom Paper Monday 6 March 2017 | 09:40 CET | News Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo has reached an agreement with France’s four main mobile network operators aimed at introducing stricter network radiation norms. The EMF (electro-magnetic frequency) exposure limit … Continue reading

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