Monthly Archives: March 2013

Liechtenstein Reduces RF Exposure Limits

ORIGINALLY POSTED HERE: http://www.emfrf.com/blog/liechtenstein-reduces-rf-exposure-limits/ Posted on: June 25th, 2011 by Peter Sierck The European mini-state of Liechtenstein has adopted the Switzerland exposure limits for cellular transmission antennas. They are currently the lowest permissible exposure limits in Europe. The Swiss threshold … Continue reading

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City of Ojai [CA] First So Cal Government to Criminalize Meters

http://www.radiationresearch.org/component/content/article/10-uncategorised/231-city-of-ojai-first-so-cal-government-to-criminalize-meters The City of Ojai last week became the first government in Southern California to adopt an ordinance officially banning smart meters within its jurisdiction. Our congrats and respect both to the city council and the residents of Ojai who … Continue reading

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Brazil Demonstrates High IQ, Will NOT Require “Smart” Meter Upgrade

FROM: Smart Grid Deployment Tracker 1Q13 http://www.pikeresearch.com/research/smart-grid-deployment-tracker-1q13 Excerpt: The pace of meter shipments in North America, however, slowed from the previous quarters, as projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) have mostly been completed. As a result, … Continue reading

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[India] “Ask operators to prove cellphone towers are safe”

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/-ask-operators-to-prove-cellphone-towers-are-safe-/1080321/0 Asking the Supreme Court (SC) to direct the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) to prove “beyond reasonable doubt the hypotheses that there are no health hazards due to electromagnetic (EMF) radiation from cellphone tower antenna and mobile phone”, … Continue reading

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[Belgium] Mobile phones to be banned for children

http://www.togethermag.eu/articles/mobile-phones-be-banned-children The Belgian government has announced measures to restrict the use of mobile phones by young children. Public Health minister Laurette Onkelinx has announced that sales of mobile phones to children under 7 years will be banned in shops and … Continue reading

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