Tag Archives: Electrohypersensitivity

French Court orders the removal of smart meters for health reasons

A French court has ordered the removal of the controversial Linky electricity smart meters from 13 homes, for medical reasons. The tribunal de grande instance (TGI or the civil court) of Tours considered the case of 121 “anti-Linky” complainants, and threw out … Continue reading

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Wireless Industry Confesses: “No Studies Show 5G is Safe”

Last week, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal grilled wireless industry representatives, who admitted the industry has done ZERO health & safety studies on 5G technology. Meanwhile, dozens of independent studies indicates that 5G is a risk to all biological life. Blumenthal blasted the … Continue reading

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Reliable and safe phone landlines to be history?

The Australian Government quietly released its response to the Productivity Commission Inquiry Report into the Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation, shortly before Christmas. It appears that Australians’ right to safe and reliable phone lines and payphones is soon to be relegated … Continue reading

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French court awards woman disability grant for electrohypersensitivity (EHS)

A French court has awarded a disability grant to a woman claiming to suffer from a debilitating allergy to electromagnetic radiation from everyday gadgets such as mobile phones. The 39-year-old applicant, Marine Richard, hailed the ruling a ‘breakthrough’ for people … Continue reading

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