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5G — Other Issues

"The 5G Dragnet"
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         In this sobering 26-minute video, James Corbett explains how the issues of surveillance and complete loss of privacy are inherent in 5G and the Internet of Things. He says, "5G is not just a neutral mobile network. It is the backbone for a system of total surveillance, which has been written about and worked toward for the better part of a century."
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         In this June 29, 2019 Wall Street Journal article, Christopher Mims explains why 5G technology is already costing, and will continue to cost, huge amounts of money. The reasons are technical. They include the costs of the unbelievable amount of fiber-optic cable that will be necessary, digging holes in the streets many times over, getting permits, making deals with landowners, and installing hundreds of thousands of antennas.
         This article does not mention the negative health and environmental effects which more and more people are becoming aware of, and which the telecom industry refuses to recognize. Let’s hope that the simple economy—or lack of it—involved in the rolling out of 5G, will be the death of it.

"Inside the Controversial Company Helping China Control the Future of the Internet"
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         In this very revealing May 23, 2019 article, Time magazine examines why and how China and the United States (the two biggest economies in the world) are racing against each other to roll out 5G. 

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         Claire Edwards takes no prisoners with this satirically written description of the  hubris of governments and corporations in rolling out 5G.

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         July 27, 2019. This thoughtful and hopeful article by Claire Edwards offers some great insights. 
         To save you looking up “scrying” . . . The Encyclopedia Britannica (2008) describes Scrying as: Divination of distant or future events based on visions seen in a ball of rock crystal. [Or a mirror.]

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