Tag Archives: Wireless

Inquiry into 5G in Australia: Misinformation by whom?

Australia’s parliamentary inquiry into 5G, which was announced in September 2019 with submissions due at the beginning of November 2019, continues to trundle on. Over 500 of the responses have now been published on the parliamentary website.  An overwhelming majority … Continue reading

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Federal Government announces $9 million splurge to ‘build public confidence” in 5G safety

In an astonishing move, given that an Inquiry into 5G in Australia is currently underway, a joint media release from the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts and Senator the Hon Richard Colbeck, who … Continue reading

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The controversary over 5G is examined in a new paper by Don Maisch PhD

In his recent paper, Are community concerns over the 5G network rollout based on unfounded anxiety or valid evidence?, Don Maisch PhD writes “The high number of small cells needed for an effective 5G network is causing community disquiet and … Continue reading

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NSW, QLD, SA, Tas and ACT electricity customers allowed to have communications on ALREADY-INSTALLED smart meters TURNED OFF

The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has made a final rule to allow metering coordinators to deactivate the communications on already-installed smart meters. The AEMC’s Competition in Metering Rule, which started in December 2017, stipulates that all new and replacement … Continue reading

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Melbourne Screening of Generation Zapped

Electrosensitivity Australia is excited to invite you to a special screening of GENERATION ZAPPED, an eye-opening documentary about the true cost of living in the wireless age.   $20.00 tickets click HERE to purchase To watch the TRAILER click HERE … 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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Wireless-Wise Families: What every parent needs to know about wireless technologies

We love them, we depend on them, we fill our homes with them.  We put them next to our sleeping babies and give them to our toddlers and children to play with.  We use them for work, for entertainment, and … Continue reading

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