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Ban Mobile Phones And Wireless Networks In Schools, Say European Leaders - Telegraph









Child on a mobile phone. Ban mobile phones and wireless networks in schools, say European leaders

Related Articles 15 May 2011 The committee concluded that member states should: Set thresholds for levels of long-term exposure to microwaves of the more.. type emitted by mobile phones; Introduce clear labelling on products indicating the presence of electromagnetic fields and any health risks associated with use; Ban all mobile phones and wireless networks in classrooms and schools; Run information campaigns aimed at children and young adults about the risks to human health; Step up research on less-dangerous types of antennae and mobile phones. The conclusions contradict advice from the World Health Organisation and the Department of Health , which says exposure to electromagnetic fields poses little or no risk to human health. The Council of Europe, which has 47 member states and is based in Strasbourg, cannot impose its will on governments, but is highly influential in policy-making and has often seen its decisions enacted through conventions and treaties. A draft resolution calling on governments to "take all reasonable measures to reduce exposure to electromagnetic fields" from mobile phones and similar devices, including the ban in schools was adopted unanimously by the organisation's Committee on the Environment, Agriculture and Local and Regional Affairs . The committee is composed of 84 MPs and politicians from member states, and its vice-chairman is Lord Prescott, the former Deputy Prime Minister. Its members reviewed the latest research on the effects of electromagnetic fields and took fresh evidence from experts before reaching its conclusions.
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Alaska Communications Brings Technology to Anchorage School District Schools - Yahoo Finance






4, 2014 @ 8:00 am LACKAWANNA COUNTY Social News The Lackawanna County Commissioners announced last week that the Wireless Information Technology Infrastructure Initiative has gone live for County operations and several customers in an initial pilot roll-out of the program. This pilot program includes Lackawanna Countys business incubators (TekRidge and the Scranton Enterprise Center), the Lakeland School District, and the Lackawanna County 911 Emergency Response Center. The initiative represents a countywide carrier grade wireless network that focuses on enhancing public safety and government efficiency, while providing greater data connectivity for our business community, resulting in economic development opportunities. [Today] marks the beginning of the future of advanced technology in Lackawanna County, said Commissioner Corey D. OBrien. Over three years ago, we had a vision of creating a network that would not only improve the infrastructure of Lackawanna County, but also create a network that could benefit the entire community.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.thecarbondalenews.com/article/20140404/NEWS/140409919







Lighting the way for a bright future through wireless technology - News - Carbondale News - Carbondale, PA - Carbondale, PA




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Alaska Communications and ASD signed a multi-year agreement that extends a long standing relationship between the two organizations. Under this agreement, Alaska Communications will provide enhanced broadband services, including faster broadband speeds and a private wireless network, to the districts more than 100 locations to meet ASDs growing technology and educational needs. Alaska Communications will assist ASD in meeting its educational objectives by: Increasing bandwidth to all schools and facilities, 95 of which will be served by fiber-optic cable by early 2015. Deploying private network access to 4G LTE wireless services to provide high-speed, secure and reliable access to Web-based learning tools and student records. Providing a wireless affinity program available to ASD students, families and employees with additional discounts on wireless devices and plans, enabling more students to access electronic learning tools at home and in the classroom. Partnering Alaska Communications subject matter experts with ASD staff to develop technologies and bring new learning tools to the classroom. Were delighted to provide Anchorage School District with these services to ensure our communitys students, teachers and parents can access secure, high-speed, reliable Internet and to develop technologies to pursue educational goals, Alaska Communications President and CEO Anand Vadapalli said. About Alaska Communications Headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska Communications ( ALSK ) is a leading provider of high-speed wireless, mobile broadband, Internet, local, long-distance and advanced broadband solutions for businesses and consumers in Alaska. The Alaska Communications network includes advanced broadband and voice networks and the most diverse undersea fiber optic system connecting Alaska to the contiguous United States. For more information, please visit www.alaskacommunications.com or www.alsk.com .
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