1) The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) warns that 5G will lead to more and more harmful cyberattacks.
The Enisa report warns about the increased risk of DDoS attacks.
“5G holds a lot of promise for improved communications but may well worsen the DDoS nightmare as it is unfortunately, a breeding ground for distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. As a refresher, DDoS attacks are a malicious method of disrupting a website/online service by overwhelming it with too much traffic.
If a website is rendered inoperable, the effects can be felt even years later. The impact can result in lost sales, wasted budgets, dissatisfied users (who may never return), and data theft. What’s more, DDoS attacks can be very damaging to a company’s reputation. Perhaps most frightening of all is that anyone can fall victim at anytime. Think financial institutions, healthcare, local governments – anyone. Thus, this style of attack is highly powerful and should not be underestimated. The biggest risk is that large-scale DDoS attacks take down financial institutions and critical infrastructure. Thus, DDoS mitigation that can cope with attacks in the range of terabits becomes a crucial necessity…
5G’s anticipated exponential spread of high-speed bandwidth and connected IoT means that in addition to widespread motivation, easily available attack tools, and proliferating IoT attack sources, dramatically bigger attacks will be possible because the “5G highway” will have many more lanes to enable vastly higher rates of traffic—both good and bad.”
2) It is time we began a serious campaign about cell phones, demanding that, at the minimum, labels be put on the phones with the same warnings that are hidden in the manuals. And why isn’t Health Canada testing phones’ emission levels — and recalling those that exceed the very lenient SC 6 guidelines?
Cell Phone Radiation Is Associated With DNA Damage In Peer-Reviewed Analysis Of NTP Study.
““Unfortunately the cell phone wireless safety standards in North America are based on a theory that’s many decades old, that if tissue doesn’t get heated by the radiation, it can’t cause harm. In this study, the radiation exposure to the animals was carefully controlled to ensure that tissues were not heated, yet DNA damage was caused. Thus, FCC and Health Canada wireless radiation limits are not sufficiently protective. This study adds to the large body of ever growing research showing that non-ionizing radiation that does not heat tissue can and does cause harm to humans”, stated Anthony Miller MD, former Director of the Epidemiology Unit of the National Cancer Institute of Canada, Professor Emeritus, Dalla Lana School of Public Health University of Toronto andsenior advisor to Environmental Health Trust
Results of the comet assay showed significant increases in DNA damage in the frontal cortex of male mice (both modulations), leukocytes of female mice (CDMA only), and hippocampus of male rats (CDMA only). Increases in DNA damage judged to be equivocal were observed in several other tissues of rats and mice. No significant increases in micronucleated red blood cells were observed in rats or mice. In conclusion, these results suggest that exposure to RFR is associated with an increase in DNA damage.”
3) Health Canada and the FCC have guidelines that are known to be inadequate and outdated, both based on heating only. People have a right to know that, by using a phone close to the body (even the hand), the RF can cause biological harm.
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“As with Dieselgate, the problem lies in the test itself. A 2012 Government Accountability Report found human exposure limits and test protocols decades outdated. A Harvard expose points to “undue industry influence” in US regulatory agencies and published analysis document conflicts of interest in the international “authorities” many countries rely on. Phones are simply not radiation tested the way we use them – at body contact. It is time to hit the reset button. Before deploying 5G infrastructure and allowing 5G phones on the market, the US should first hold Congressional hearings on the oversight and safety of wireless devices.”
– 2012 General Accounting Report TELECOMMUNICATIONS Exposure and Testing Requirements for Mobile Phones Should Be Reassessed
– Harvard Exposé on “undue industry influence” “Captured Agency”
– Document on conflicts of interest World Health Organization, radiofrequency radiation and health – a hard nut to crack (Review)
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.” ~ Winston Churchill