Monday, November 12, 2007

Historic move in Asia and Middle East

In the first move of its kind, the Taiwanese government will dismantle 1,500 mobile phone masts by the end of this year amid fears that radiation from them may damage health. Studies have revealed worrying levels of symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, nausea and dizziness in people living near masts. And the Israeli Knesset has agreed that cellular antennae should no longer be placed in living quarters, including on balconies. Four Israeli cities have banned the erection of any more small antennae for wireless hot spots.


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