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20 Sep 2020
What is the problem with 5G? A little over a week before France is due to deliver licenses, as newly-elected left and Green Party mayors lead the call for a moratorium, France's President telling a French tech conference that he is a fan of next generation 5G. We listen to Emmanuel Macron's dig against Amish technology. And so, putting Puritan sects and COVID conspiracies aside. Is there a health or environment risk linked to what has been billed as an acceleration to warp speed for wireless mobile networks?
8 Apr 2020
The paranoia about 5G — the industry term for the fifth generation of wireless communications infrastructure — has risen for the last few years, but as the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic, the latest wild theory is that the technology that runs mobile phones could secretly be causing the outbreak.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Digital Passion’s Fola Akinmolayan, in this interview with GuardianTV’s Abisola Olasupo, debunks these theories around a technology that has so far rolled out in about 40 countries, most notably South Korea and China, as well as in dozens of US cities.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣
26 Feb 2019
Mark Allera, chief executive officer at BT Consumer, discusses plans for 5G technology, concerns about Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., and preparations for Brexit.

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