“For 25 years … the Federal Communications Commission has refused to revise the regulations it set in 1996 that address what level of radiation from cell phones should be considered safe.”

  Oregon’s public health agency issued a shoddy, biased report on the potential harm to 600,000 schoolkids from wireless devices in classrooms.

  “ICNIRP’s guidelines, in addition to being set to prevent only thermal effects, are also based only on short-term, acute exposures … there is very little research on long-term chronic exposures… applying ICNIRP guidelines to long-term exposures is based on an assumption of safety and not on the scientific evidence.”

Devra Davis. Why I’m challenging the FCC about antiquated safety standards for wireless devicesThe Washington Times, Feb 23, 2021.

  “In 1996, Congress decided the FCC should have the primary responsibility for protecting the public from radiation exposure even though it has no health expertise and typically sides with phone companies rather than citizens. That was a mistake…”
   “If you think your
cellphone is safe, have you considered why you believe that? Is it a fact or is
it based on carefully crafted messages that you’ve read or heard?”

  “The FCC, however, has been “short on science” for more than two decades….”

  “A new generation of superfast wireless internet is coming soon. But no one can say for sure if it’s safe.”
  “The public has been fed lies and half-truths about the health effects of RF/microwave radiation for as long as I have been involved, since the 1970s.” 

International EMF Alliance. Misconception of 5G. Unpublished letter submitted to Scientific American, Nov 7, 2019.

    After 8 years of work, the WHO is reopening its review of RF radiation health effects. This investigative report exposes ties between the WHO EMF Project, the ICNIRP, and the telecom industry.

Joel Moskowitz. We Have No Reason to Believe 5G is Safe. Scientific American, Oct 17, 2019.

   “we should support the recommendations of the 250 scientists and medical doctors who signed the 5G Appeal that calls for an immediate moratorium on the deployment of 5G and demand that our government fund the research needed to adopt biologically based exposure limits that protect our health and safety.”

Simon Hill. Is cell phone radiation actually dangerous? We asked some experts. Digital Trends, Sep 25, 2019.

  “The … standards that are in place, which haven’t changed since 1996, were set based on when animal behavior changed … If we can’t draw conclusions about the NTP study, why is this earlier animal research still the basis of our safety limits?”

  The deployment of 5G in the United Kingdom today has generated great concern among the public. This is a brief overview of the health risks from exposure to 5G millimeter waves.

Devra Davis. 5G: The Unreported Global Threat. Medium, May 18, 2019.

  Major mainstream newspapers commonly ignore the substantial body of science pinpointing wireless radiation and 5G hazards detailed in journalistic investigations.
  Countries are deploying 5G at breakneck speed to gain a competitive edge, but scientists have concerns about effects on public health and are calling for a precautionary approach.
  Numerous scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below international and national guidelines including cancer, neurological disorders, and DNA damage.

   In a series of news stories, a team of investigative journalists examines the risks of 5G deployment. it could also harm your health. Europe’s governments ignore the danger.” 

  The Massachusetts Department of Public Health may be withholding information about possible health risks posed by cellphones and other wireless technologies.
   UK disbanded advisory group on non-ionizing radiation (AGNIR) after group issued inaccurate assessment of wireless radiation science subject to conflicts of interest. Public Heath England still relies on AGNIR report.

  Radio frequency radiation may have adverse effects on memory performance of specific brain regions exposed during mobile phone use.

  Current cellphone safety regulations are based on a premise that is now arguably false: that cellphone radiation can cause harm only by heating tissue.
  Although the scientific community has not reached consensus, the California health department said research indicates long-term, extensive cellphone use may affect health.
  The disinformation campaign—and massive radiation increase—behind the 5G rollout.