1) In case you missed the initial item a few days ago, here is a reminder about a webinar today, Wed. July 13 at 8:00 am PT. Registration is required.
The Electrosensitive Society brings you Dr. Corey Deacon, lecture 2,
2) Here is more information about the webinar and the efforts of European Citizens’ Initiative to Stop 5G. Please share.
WEBINAR TO PROMOTE THE EUROPEAN CITIZENS’ INITIATIVE STOP5G PROJECT
Sunday, July 17th, 6:00 pm UK time
3) Toronto is now planning for a neighbourhood that is free of the constant surveillance that was seen as an integral part of the “smart” lab experience along Toronto’s waterfront. Other cities, like Nanaimo, which announced it was considering becoming a “smart city” last year, should take note.
Toronto wants to kill the smart city forever
The city wants to do right what Sidewalk Labs (Google) did so wrong.
“It’s hardly unusual for citizens to get up in arms about new development, and utopias fail for all sorts of reasons. But the opposition to Sidewalk’s vision for Toronto wasn’t about things like architectural preservation or the height, density, and style of the proposed buildings—the usual fodder for public outcry. The project’s tech-first approach antagonized many; its seeming lack of seriousness about the privacy concerns of Torontonians was likely the main cause of its demise.”
4) A sad example of what happens when people are unable to reach 911. The woman may have died anyway, but no one should have to go through this when a loved one needs help.
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Hamilton man was unable to call 911 during Rogers outage as sister was dying
“A Hamilton family is in mourning after facing a life-or-death situation last week during the Rogers outage that left the country reeling, and an expert says it’s evidence of the “fragility” of Canada’s networks.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Do something wonderful, people may imitate it.” Albert Schweitzer