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CA Bill SB 649 Would Force 5G Wireless Transmitters Outside Your Home
By Josh Hart

Tell California State Senators: "NO" on SB 649- NO Small Cell Invasion

California pending legislation SB649 would streamline placement of ​5G ​small cell Distributed Antenna System​s​ (DAS) on electric and light poles in front of businesses and residences.  This bill eliminates local control and jurisdiction with regard to DAS ​placement ​throughout the state of California. Read more about the bill and take action at the Scientists for Wired Tech site.




Annie Logical
Published on Sep 28, 2017




To answer the topic question,  they can if the government builds it and seizes property through eminent domain.

Axios: Trump administration is considering nationalizing 5G mobile network


The US government is considering a federal takeover of portions of the country's mobile broadband networks, according to documents obtained by Axios.

A National Security Council official presented senior members of the President Donald Trump's administration and other agencies with information suggesting that the United States needs to centralize its 5G network by the end of President Donald Trump's first term as a safeguard against Chinese cybersecurity and economic threats, according to the documents.

Government control of 5G infrastructure would be unprecedented and highly controversial, as the industry has traditionally been privately controlled.

AT&T and Verizon, two of the country's largest telecommunications companies, have both announced plans to roll out 5G coverage in the US this year. AT&T told Axios that work to launch 5G service in the United States "is already well down the road."

Fletcher Cook, a spokesman for AT&T, said in a statement that the company "can't comment on something we haven't seen." The Justice Department has sued to block AT&T's purchase of Time Warner, which owns CNN, and a trial has been set for March.
Verizon declined to comment on the Trump administration's potential move.

A PowerPoint presentation and memo obtained by Axios argue a centralized 5G system would be easier to protect from cyber threats.

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5G is Total Surveillance.

It means more microphones, sensors and cameras than people. ???

So imagine my surprise to read that the Federal Govt thinks they alone must own it.

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5G is being hyped more than an Apple product.


Wireless carriers to meet with White House officials to discuss 5G

The Trump administration is hosting a meeting of the four major wireless carriers on Friday to talk about the potential of 5G.


All four of the nation's biggest wireless carriers will attend a meeting at the White House on Friday to talk about 5G.

AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint each confirmed their attendance at the meeting, but declined to say who would represent their companies. Verizon declined to comment, but a source with knowledge of the meeting confirmed that the company will send an executive.

The White House didn't return calls or emails requesting comment.

News of the meeting was reported earlier this week by Fierce Wireless.

Specifics about the meeting are still unclear, other than the Trump administration is looking to better understand what 5G is and the potential uses for the technology. The fifth generation of cellular technology, or 5G, is seen as a potential game-changer because of its heightened speed, responsiveness and ability to handle a myriad of connected devices. Beyond giving you a much faster connection on your phone, 5G could serve as the communications foundation for emerging technologies, such as streaming virtual reality experiences.

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Update for Europe.


Paying Up in Europe's 5G Land Grab

Telecoms companies are likely to face a hefty price tag for new mobile-data capacity


The race to secure airwaves for new, faster mobile services is set to get pricey for Europe's telecommunication carriers, according to New Street Research LLP. Italy is auctioning almost all of its 5G spectrum this week, while the U.K. sold a significant tranche this year at higher-than-expected prices. Carriers say 5G will multiply network capacity as demand for data booms, and are betting it will enable new technologies such as self-driving cars and internet connectivity for billions of everyday devices.

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Another reason to spend less time using "smart"phones and tablets


With 5G, you won't just be watching video. It'll be watching you, too


When most people think of 5G, they're envisioning an ultra-fast, high-bandwidth connection that lets you download seasons of your favorite shows in minutes. But 5G's possibilities go way beyond that, potentially reinventing how we watch video, and opening up a mess of privacy uncertainties.

"Right now you make a video much the same way you did for TV," Dan Garraway, co-founder of interactive video company Wirewax, said in an interview this month. "The dramatic thing is when you turn video into a two-way conversation. Your audience is touching and interacting inside the experience and making things happen as a result."

The personalized horror flick or tailored rom-com? They would hinge on interactive video layers that use emotional analysis based on your phone's front-facing camera to adjust what you're watching in real time. You may think it's far-fetched, but one of key traits of 5G is an ultra-responsive connection with virtually no lag, meaning the network and systems would be fast enough to react to your physical responses.

5G is on the cusp of reality, with the first compatible smartphones set to debut next year. And while these forms of media don't even exist yet, the potential for them is huge, according to one estimate. 5G will propel annual revenue from immersive and new media applications from zero to $67 billion within a decade, according to a forecast by Ovum commissioned by Intel.

More at the link --->  https://www.cnet.com/news/with-5g-you-wont-just-be-watching-video-itll-be-watching-you-too/

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Is 5G technology dangerous? Early data shows a slight increase of tumors in male rats exposed to cellphone radiation


As wireless companies prepare to launch the next generation of service, there are new questions about the possible health risks from radiation emitted by cellphones and the transmitters that carry the signals.

Concerns about the potential harmful effects of radiofrequency radiation have dogged mobile technology since the first brick-sized cellphones hit the market in the 1980s.

Industry and federal officials have largely dismissed those fears, saying the radiation exposure is minimal and that the devices are safe. Incidences of and deaths from brain cancer have shown little change in recent years despite the explosion in cellphone usage, they note.

But the launch of super-fast 5G technology over the next several years will dramatically increase the number of transmitters sending signals to cellphones and a host of new Internet-enabled devices, including smart appliances and autonomous vehicles. And the move to the new technology comes after unsettling findings from a long-awaited federal government study of the cancer risk from cellphone use.

National Toxicology Program researchers released preliminary data in May that showed small increases in tumors in male rats exposed to cellphone radiation.

The rats were exposed to nine hours of radiation daily, in 10-minutes-on, 10-minutes-off intervals, over their whole bodies for two years. The researchers found increased incidences of rare brain and heart tumors starting at about the federally allowable level of cellphone radiation for brain exposure, with greater incidences at about two and four times those levels.

More at the link --->  https://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-cellphone-5g-health-20160808-snap-story.html

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