Cell Phone Radiation Right To Know

“Electromagnetic radiation is the tobacco of our digital age, and, like tobacco, IT CAN KILL YOU.”
-Bill Cadwallader MBA, EMRS Author of EXPOSED. 

A new law requires mobile phone retailers to warn consumers at the point of sale that carrying mobile phones in pockets and bras could present radiation health risks.

Enact the “Cell Phone Right-to-Know” Law by sending the following text to your representatives:

SAMPLE CELL PHONE RIGHT-TO-KNOW LAW
The (town, city or county) of ______________ requires that you be provided the following notice:
“To assure safety, the Federal Government requires that cell phones meet radio-frequency (RF) exposure guidelines. If you carry or use your phone in a pants or shirt pocket or tucked into a bra when the phone is ON and connected to a wireless network, you may exceed the federal safety guidelines for exposure to RF radiation.
Refer to the instructions in your phone or user manual for information about how to use your phone safely.”

Source HERE

#StopDirtyElectricity #RightToKnow

Enact the “Cell Phone Right-to-Know” Law in Your Community!

Enact the “Cell Phone Right-to-Know” Law in Your Community!

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court let stand the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold the City of Berkeley, California’s “Cell Phone Right-to-Know” law. This law requires mobile phone retailers to warn consumers at the point of sale that carrying mobile phones in pockets and bras could present radiation health risks.
Today, send this sample municipal law to your town, city or county elected officials:

SAMPLE CELL PHONE RIGHT-TO-KNOW LAW

The (town, city or county) of ______________ requires that you be provided the following notice:

“To assure safety, the Federal Government requires that cell phones meet radio-frequency (RF) exposure guidelines. If you carry or use your phone in a pants or shirt pocket or tucked into a bra when the phone is ON and connected to a wireless network, you may exceed the federal safety guidelines for exposure to RF radiation.
Refer to the instructions in your phone or user manual for information about how to use your phone safely.”

Source: https://www.5gcrisis.com/…/u-s-supreme-court-rejects-ctia-c…
#StopDirtyElectricity #RightToKnow

24 Hours Without My Phone

24 Hours Without My Phone

In 2008, Tiffany Shlain’s father, Leonard, was diagnosed with brain cancer, and she began to change her use of technology when the two of them were together. “Some days he would have only one good hour,” she later wrote in the Harvard Business Review, “and I didn’t want to be distracted when I was with him, so I’d turn off my cellphone.”
Find out the rest of the story here, it’s really incredible.

How To Delete The Siri Recordings Apple Has Saved Of You

How To Delete The Siri Recordings Apple Has Saved Of You

How to Delete the Siri Recordings Apple Has Saved Of You

Apple is giving users more control over their data.

“In July, Apple admitted it had been storing and listening to users’ interactions with the digital assistant as a way of improving Siri. The recordings didn’t have identifiable information, but could potentially contain private conversations. Shortly thereafter, Apple paused the program and promised to give users the option to opt in to it, which we’re now seeing in iOS 13.2…”

We care about your privacy, and wanted to share the rest of this article with you HERE. 

 

Smart Homes Might Be Getting Too Smart– Start Worrying.

Commentary:
“When better features mean worse ethics, should we change what we buy?
An Amazon Echo is across the room, and I’m playing a recording of the wake word “Alexa” over and over again at various decibel levels. It’s a relatively simple test — one that I’ve performed in some shape many times over the years — and I’m consistently impressed. Smart speakers like Amazon’s growing roster of Echos and Google’s Home and Nest devices, it turns out, are really good at listening to you. Like really good.

In testing the newest Echo Dot, for instance, I could stand 30 feet away and speak at a low level, and Alexa would still respond. But could a better design make a smart speaker worse for the customer?

There’s not a simple answer to that question, but it’s a question we need to be asking nonetheless — and not just about smart speakers…”
Check out the rest of the article here:
https://www.cnet.com/…/smart-homes-might-be-getting-too-s…/…
#StopDirtyElectricity #SmartHomes #Alexa