“Take Action Tuesday” Encourages Americans to Call Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. with Questions to Ask the FCC on 5G and RF Exposure Guidelines

“Take Action Tuesday” Encourages Americans to Call Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. with Questions to Ask the FCC on 5G and RF Exposure Guidelines By B.N. Frank Thanks to Americans for Responsible Technology for organizing “Take Action Tuesday”. This week’s action involves reaching out to Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. Americans for Responsible Technology TAKE ACTION TUESDAY: Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. is Chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee which oversees the FCC. We’re asking Chairman Pallone to get answers to these questions (below) before more wireless radiation transmitters are installed…

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NY Times Article Blames Russia for 5G Opposition in U.S. Without Mentioning The Outlet’s Joint Venture with Verizon to Build a 5G Journalism Lab

NY Times Article Blames Russia for 5G Opposition in U.S. Without Mentioning The Outlet’s Joint Venture with Verizon to Build a 5G Journalism Lab By B.N. Frank Brave or crazy?  The New York Times is willing to defend the safety of 5G even when the telecom industry is not.  Apparently, congressional testimony is no big deal to the New York Times who blames the Russians for convincing Americans to oppose 5G, and not research that has proven that 5G is harmful.  If this bold stance has anything to do…

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Start Spreading The News: Another Elected Official Asks The FCC To Provide Documentation That 5G Is Safe

Start Spreading The News: Another Elected Official Asks The FCC To Provide Documentation That 5G Is Safe By B.N. Frank Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for reporting about New York congressman Thomas Suozzi’s request to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC): Congressman Thomas Suozzi, representing New York’s 3rd Congressional District sent a letter to the FCC asking for safety data on 5G. He joins Rep. Peter A. DeFazio  House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman, who wrote a letter to FCC Chairman Pai and acting FDA Commissioner Sharpless and Senator Blumenthal and…

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Loon-atic Fringe: Health and Safety Warnings About Google’s “Project Loon” Blasting WiFi From 12-18 Miles Above Date Back to 2015. The FCC Approved It Anyway.

Loon-atic Fringe: Health and Safety Warnings About Google’s “Project Loon” Blasting WiFi From 12-18 Miles Above Date Back to 2015. The FCC Approved It Anyway. By B.N. Frank Activist Post has reported before about satellites and pseudo-satellites being sent into the sky and space to blast WiFi and 5G from at us despite warnings from experts about this being biologically and environmental harmful AND there being too much space junk up there already. In December 2015, Netcompetition.org published a very detailed article about Google’s “Project Loon” being used to blast…

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“Smart, but Not Always Secure” Free Webcast For Utility Companies Regarding Their Expensive, Vulnerable and Dangerous Smart Grids and Meters

“Smart, but Not Always Secure” Free Webcast For Utility Companies Regarding Their Expensive, Vulnerable and Dangerous Smart Grids and Meters By B.N. Frank Smart Grids and Smart Meters are relatively new technology.  They also aren’t necessary at all.  Think about it:  before this technology was introduced, most of us enjoyed electric, gas, and water utilities right? Smart Grids and Meters are vulnerable to security issues because everything is connected together often using Internet of Things (IoT) technology which in itself is very vulnerable.  Utility companies force this technology on customers…

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“ScreenTime: Diane Sawyer Reporting” Covers Some Issues Associated With Screen Use, While Screen Time Colorado Covers The Whole Kit & Kaboodle (Blue Light, Radiation, etc.)

“ScreenTime: Diane Sawyer Reporting” Covers Some Issues Associated With Screen Use, While Screen Time Colorado Covers The Whole Kit & Kaboodle (Blue Light, Radiation, etc.) By B.N. Frank Last night, ABC aired a 2-hour special with Diane Sawyer documenting the impact of screen time, technology, and social media on families.  It even touched on the fact that Silicon Valley parents have been limiting their own kids’ use and exposure to technology for many years already.  It is definitely worth watching but doesn’t cover nearly as much ground as Screen Time…

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Sesame Street Airs PSA On Cell Phone Addiction. Now Will They Finally Pull Elmo’s Friend, “Smartie” The Smartphone From Their Program?

Sesame Street Airs PSA On Cell Phone Addiction. Now Will They Finally Pull Elmo’s Friend, “Smartie” The Smartphone From Their Program? By B.N. Frank From Mental Floss: The PSA is brief, but it brings an important issue to light: The average smart phone owner touches their device 2600 times a day, and when they do, they get a small dopamine boost. That pleasurable feeling associated with phone use can lead to compulsive behaviors that look a lot like addiction. You might be addicted to your mobile device if it starts…

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The New Yorker Interviews Former Nat’l Security Director on How 5G is “Terrifying”: Cybersecurity, “Previously Unthinkable Surveillance Potential,” and Health Risks

The New Yorker Interviews Former Nat’l Security Director on How 5G is “Terrifying”: Cybersecurity, “Previously Unthinkable Surveillance Potential,” and Health Risks By B.N. Frank The New Yorker published an article yesterday – “The Terrifying Potential of the 5G Network.” In 2018, Robert Spalding’s job as senior director for strategic planning at the National Security Council included studying ways to insure that 5G can be made secure from cyberattacks.  He seemed more than qualified for the job.  In his interview with The New Yorker, he provides intricate details of why we…

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More Creepy Surveillance Capitalism: Kroger and Walgreens Installing Cameras in Stores to Read Shoppers’ Facial Expressions to Sell Them More Stuff

More Creepy Surveillance Capitalism: Kroger and Walgreens Installing Cameras in Stores to Read Shoppers’ Facial Expressions to Sell Them More Stuff By B.N. Frank It’s reasonable to expect stores to install security cameras to protect themselves from theft and property damage.  But is it reasonable for them to install facial recognition cameras to determine shoppers’ moods to try to sell them more stuff?  After all, stores are already able to collect data from shoppers who use store discount cards.  Why is it now necessary for them to know how elated…

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Verizon Announces 20 More U.S. Cities to Get 5G Despite Telecom Admitting No Studies Say It’s Safe, Widespread Opposition, 5G Failure, and Future Lawsuits

Verizon Announces 20 More U.S. Cities to Get 5G Despite Telecom Admitting No Studies Say It’s Safe, Widespread Opposition, 5G Failure, and Future Lawsuits By B.N. Frank Telecom Industry executives cannot offer ANY scientific evidence that 5G is harmless and there is research that has already proven 5G IS harmful. Last year the first 5G court case was won in England after residents became sick and women delivered stillborn babies. A growing number of communities in the U.S. and around the world are trying to keep 5G out of their…

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