[Air-L] M4D and IARC

Julian Hopkins reach at julianhopkins.net
Wed Nov 23 18:35:00 PST 2011

BBC has two articles about related topics, they might get you somewhere:

"'Wi-fi refugees' shelter in West Virginia mountains"

"Wi-Fi: A warning signal"

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I hope I'm not opening up a can of endangered worms with this question...

 the recent announcement by the IARC concerning the possible carcinogenic
effects of radiofrequency radiation, is anyone aware of any ethical, health
or similar discussions concerning possible
 implications from the use of mobile technologies (M4D) in emerging economy

Similarly, is anyone aware of any human/universal rights, legal, moral,
health, or ethical dialogue concerning the unwanted and increased ubiquity
of exposure to radiofrequency emissions (in either emerging or advanced
economy countries)?



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