1) REQUEST TO RESIDENTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
If you live in B.C., Hans (who is a resident of B.C. [name and email address included with Hans’ permission]) requests that you send him an email message to tell him whether or not you saw in your newspaper a particular FortisBC/BCUC public notice titled “We want to hear from you”. It probably would have been printed in black ink, not colour. I can’t add an attachment here so please see what the notice looked like by going to the last page (page 6) at this link:
B.C. residents only, please send an email message with subject line “Fortis notice” to email@example.com and indicate whether or not you saw that notice in your newspaper.
2) SOME WIRES/CABLES ARE DESIGNED TO LEAK WIRELESS ON PURPOSE
For example: inside road and rail tunnels. I don’t know if there would be other types of locations.
Are we going to have to start being more specific when we mention wires and cables — to specify wires/cables that are not designed to purposely leak wireless radiation”?
Below is one paragraph from the first article:
Ensuring Safe, Reliable In-tunnel Wireless Solutions
A radiating cable, also called a leaky feeder, is a coaxial cable that acts as a distributed antenna. Manufacturers design radiating cables with periodic gaps (or apertures) in the outer conductor that allow the interior RF signals to radiate — analogous to the signal leaking from the cable. The apertures also serve to receive wireless signals broadcast from other sources, such as two-way radios, allowing the signals to propagate through the radiating cable and, therefore, travel much farther than they would otherwise. The design of the outer apertures can vary greatly among different radiating cables to influence the frequency range most suited to the leaky feeder.”
3) THE NEW TECHNOLOGIES LEGAL FORUM
The recording, transcript, and resources are now available for the September 15th webinar:
Legal Ethics in the Wireless Age: Time for Change?
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Video: https://vimeo.com/607935711 (1:46:07)
The webinar was part of a free series of monthly legal webinars. The first was in July 2021 and the last in the series will be in December 2021. This is the series:
The New Technologies Legal Forum Hosted by Attorney Julian Gresser
A series of free webinars for legal professionals, law students and the public
“This series of webinars is designed to present and discuss some of the more pressing legal issues currently found at the nexus of technology and law.”
All the webinars in the list look interesting to me! You can see the list of all six topics at:
Here are the three remaining webinars:
James S. Turner, Julian Gresser and Ben Levi will be your hosts.
If you have any questions or suggested input while Sharon is away, please contact me by sending email to me at:
firstname.lastname@example.org with the word “Sharon” in the Subject line.
for Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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I prefer, provide & request corded connections because we need cleaner indoor & outdoor air everywhere.
a conscious choice