Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News12 May 2012
The noon-time protest at 1515 Blanshard St. saw protesters lining up single-file to deliver to the receptionist 160 studies that they say support their view that the electronic meters have health hazards.
New electric meters for all Austrian homes
"Why wait until half the world's population has brain cancer?" he asked.
Oxford County site http://www.ocl.net/pdf/WirelessFAQ.pdf Note the false information linked to this document
About the ROC Project
The Rural Oxford Connections (ROC) project is a joint venture between Execulink Telecom, the County of Oxford and the Province of Ontario to provide high speed internet access to previously underserved and unserved customers in rural areas of Oxford County. The ROC project will allow residents and businesses within Oxford County and across all its municipalities, access to a minimum of 1.5 Mbps download speed. Once completed, all of Oxford County's 2,041 km2 will have high-speed internet coverage.
The ROC project will progress until completion in Fall 2011 and during that time, both Execulink Telecom and the County of Oxford will provide resources to both business and residential customers. These include, the Rural Oxford Connections website, community seminars, and informational materials. As well, Execulink Telecom, will provide frequently updated content to help Oxford County customers learn about the service, its availability, ordering process and support.
From the website: "Exposure assessments will be provided by France Telecom SA and the UK Health Protection Agency. "
Friedman was more direct. "We would like to overturn the whole program," he said.
PUC DELAYS DECISION ON DISMISSING COMPLAINT
1. Should PG&E be allowed to use SmartMeters that emit twice as much radio frequency (RF) pulsed radiation than it told its customers and the PUC would be necessary to implement the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) program?
2. Should PG&E be required to identify SmartMeters that are wired incorrectly and/or have defective components so that they can be replaced?
3. Should PG&E be required to explain why the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) registration on the SmartMeters was canceled by the manufacturer?
4. Should PG&E be required to explain why it is using customers' premises to serve as relay stations to transmit other customers' data to its collection points without their consent and compensation for such use?
5. Should PG&E be required to resolve violations of FCC rules governing how much RF interference can be conducted onto a customer's electrical wiring by a SmartMeter?
6. Should PG&E be required to initiate a plan (a practice) to promptly resolve customer complaints about health concerns relating to SmartMeters?
7. Should PG&E be required to explain why it gave preference to certain customers by installing an analog meter for them while at the same time it refused to do the same thing for other customers with health problems associated with SmartMeters?
8. Should PG&E be required to inform its customers that the FCC does not have guidelines concerning maximum permissible exposure to RF radiation emitted by SmartMeters?
9. Should PG&E be required to warn customers about potential health issues relating to implementation of the Home Area Network (HAN) feature of the SmartMeter system?
10. Should PG&E be required to provide an accommodation to customers that qualify for such consideration under the Americans with Disabilities Act?
11. Should PG&E be required to inform its customers that the PUC has not made any determination as to whether SmartMeters are safe or not?
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The human body as a walking RF antenna
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Scientists manipulated research played down brain tumour risks in children
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SmartMeters and Electropollution
Smart Meters: not so smart an idea
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Brennan Park phone tower fight looms
Money for masts
Phone mast plan fury residents in blockade
Parents worried at new mast scheme
B.C. Hydro program sparks up a storm of controversy
CTIA again tries to block San Francisco cell phone radiation ordinance
People power halts roof mobile phone mast, in Sutherland Grove, Teddington
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