Citing BioInitiative, researcher Dr Magda Havas from Trent University (in Ontario, Canada), has written an open letter outlining why current Canadian standards are too lax, and urging a more precautionary approach by schools to protect children from the potential effects of WiFi and other wireless technologies. The main sections covered were as follows:

  • Guidelines – consistency, variability, and appropriateness
  • Electrohypersensitivity
  • Children’s sensitivity
  • Removal of WiFi and possible alternatives
  • Advisory statements in other countries
  • The precautionary principle

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