1) Perhaps personal investments help explain some of the failures in the FCC re. informing and protecting the US public about microwave radiation and the fact that there are no protective guidelines re. wireless devices. I wonder if employees of Health Canada and ISED have similar “personal interests”.
FCC officials owned stock in Comcast, Charter, AT&T, and Verizon, watchdog says
“The Federal Communications Commission should be investigated for letting employees own stock in Comcast, Charter, AT&T, and Verizon, nonprofit watchdog group Campaign Legal Center told government officials.
“Federal law specifically bans FCC employees from owning ‘any stocks, bonds, or other securities of [any company] significantly regulated by the Commission,'” the nonprofit group said last week in a letter and detailed report sent to FCC Acting Inspector General Sharon Diskin. “Despite this ban, the most recent financial disclosures publicly available show that ethics officials allowed multiple FCC employees to own stock in telecommunications and other companies that appear to fall under the prohibition….
The FCC’s most prominent regulatory role is in telecom, but the Campaign Legal Center also raised concerns about FCC employees owning stock in Dell, Garmin, HP, IBM, and Sony. “The FCC’s laws and regulations indicate that the above-listed stocks held by FCC officials fall into two categories covered under the stock ownership ban: telecommunications companies and FCC-licensed computer companies,” the report said.”
2) An update from EHT about the efforts by local officials in New York City to stop the proliferation of cellular transmitters, both microcells and macrocells.
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More Community Boards Pass 5G Moratoriums; More Legislators, Organizations, Residents Oppose Installation
“New York City is slated to get dozens of new huge 30 foot 5G and 4G poles!
The new 5G poles are very large, tall and leading to many questions and fierce opposition by New York residents. See LinkNYC Link5G Design Proposal Slides. Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile are adding 5G technology in New York City with a combination of “macro” sites (wireless transmitters generally located on the rooftops) and “small cells ” which are typically located on street poles.”
3) From a member. Might be of special interest to those who are sensitive.
How to Make a Faraday Cage (An Easy Illustrated Guide)
“There is a great deal of confusion about DIY Faraday cages and Faraday Boxes. Not only about how to build them, but also what they actually protect against.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
“The most effective way to do it, is to do it.” Amelia Earhart
Sent from my wired laptop with no wireless components. Practice Safe Tech.