2) For years, Arthur Firstenberg has fought to alert people and those responsible about the dangers associated with proliferation of wireless radiation. In this interview by Lloyd Burrell, Arthur tells how his life changed dramatically after he became sensitive to RF while he was a medical student.
3) Thanks to the persistence of Dr. Arazi and others re. Phonegate, recommendations are being made by French govt. departments that will allow cell phone users to be better informed about the dangers of these devices. But stronger regulations are needed to reduce exposure to both phones and radiation from cell towers. We must devise a strategy to get this information to Canadian cell phone users — cell phones are emitting levels of RF that exceed the dangerously high levels allowed by Health Canada’s Safety Code 6.
French ministerial announcements: an important step in our actions to protect the health of mobile phone users
“In a joint statement published today, the French ministries of Health, Ecology and Economy announced several proposals for action to strengthen health protection for mobile phone users in France and Europe. These are in the context of the recommendations made on 21 October 2019 by the French health & safety agency in its report entitled “Mobile phones worn close to the body and health”, and the mobilization actions of our association following the revelation in July 2016 by Dr Marc Arazi of the Phonegate industrial and health scandal.”
Oct 21 announcement
[Breaking news] ANSES recommendations call upon the public authorities and industry to face their health responsibilities
4) Former President Of Microsoft Canada Frank Clegg speaks on 5G, 4G, and 3G Technologies
5G, Wireless Tech, and Safety
Fred Popowich (moderator) received his PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of Edinburgh in 1989, and since then has been a faculty member in the School of Computing Science at Simon Fraser University, where he was recently the Associate Director Research and Industrial Relations, and Director of the SFU Professional Masters in Big Data. At SFU, he is also an Associate Member of the Department of Linguistics, and an Associate Member (and past director) of the Cognitive Science Program. At Dalhousie University, he is an Adjunct of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
He is an active in technology commercialization, and was co-founder, president, COO and then CTO of Axonwave Software. He is currently the Scientific Director of SFU’s Big Data Initiative, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Computer Research Institute of Montreal. He is also the President of the Canadian Network for Visual Analytics (CANVAC).
Suhayya (Sue) Abu-Hakima, Co-Founder, President/CEO Amika Mobile Corporation
Mr. Stéphane Gagnon is Vice-President of the CRC’s Applications and Performance branch. He joined the organization in 2015, bringing to it over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications and semiconductor fields.
Prior to joining the CRC, Mr. Gagnon was Chief Operating Officer for POET Technologies. Earlier, he worked at Integrated Device Technology, formerly Tundra Semiconductor, Motorola, and Nortel (Bell Northern Research), where he progressed through several director and senior director positions.
He was also chairman of the non-profit RapidIO Trade Association Steering Committee for three years, and a contributor to the working group for over nine years. He has collaborated with NASA, the U.S. Department of Defense and many industry players such as Ericsson, Nokia-Siemens and Huawei.
Mr. Gagnon’s skill set is rich in leading research and development activities, in directing cross-functional teams, and in managing international customer and partner relationships. He has a strong background in pioneering technologies and innovations in wireless telecommunications. With his extensive knowledge of trends, issues and risks in this field, he is able to leverage his know-how to bring together innovation, development, design and industry stakeholders.
Mr. Gagnon holds a BSc in Computer Engineering from Laval University.
Rodney Vaughan, Sierra Wireless Professor in Communications at Engineering Science, Simon Fraser University.
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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