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by Mike Masnick

Sued For WiFi?

WiFi Network News is reporting that a school district has been sued for planning a WiFi network, because parents say that the WiFi networks emit harmful electro-magnetic radiation. The lawsuit claims that there is a "substantial body of evidence" that WiFi emits harmful EMR - though, this seems to be the first most people have heard of such evidence.

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    schools prepare for court, 6 Oct 2003 @ 1:05pm

    WIFI killing Teachers and Students

    Schools in north america and especially european nations - where exposure began earlier then north america - have been fighting cellular phone towers and WIFI networks - its just the media reports very little about it - often because the media and industry have a good relationship - media makes money by advertising cellular and wireless - the media does not want to loose that relationship. There are loads of studies that show the radiation exposure is deadly. Search - there is plenty to read. They can only get away with this lie for so long. Avian Flu, Foot and Mouth, Aids - all Imune System related - Radiation kills your imune system. So the kids get exposed to WIFI - but the teachers will get it year after year - Teachers should be shouting by now - TEACHERS get educated about the health effects of WIFI - dont delay!

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