Tag: Consumer Rights

Cellphones: So, What’s the Big Worry About a Bit of Precipitation or a Coffee Spill on Your Device, When We Don’t Bother to Actually Test For Safety? Because….

By Patricia Burke A recent post from Australians for Safe Technology asks: Did you know that children have thinner brains than adults? Did you know that children’s brains have a higher water content than adults? Is should be no surprise then that children absorb significantly…

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“Stay of Action” Filed Against FDA to STOP Approval of COVID Vaccine for Using Faulty PCR Tests in Trials

By Brian Shilavy, Editor, Health Impact News An ADMINISTRATIVE STAY OF ACTION has been filed with the Department of Health and Human Services and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the new Pfizer COVID vaccine that has been submitted for “emergency use authorization” (EUA). It is…

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Should Social, Environmental, and Racial Justice Groups Sound the Alarm About the Digital Divide, Internet Access and 5G? (Part 3)

By Patricia Burke “It’s about time that we create a better, more equitable, sustainable and future, and we can do this if we work together. We need to embrace our responsibility to be fully and visibly connected to the fight against racism, and frankly injustices…

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Should Social, Environmental, and Racial Justice Groups Sound the Alarm About the Digital Divide, Internet Access and 5G? (Part 2)

By Patricia Burke “It’s about time that we create a better, more equitable, sustainable and future, and we can do this if we work together. We need to embrace our responsibility to be fully and visibly connected to the fight against racism, and frankly injustices…

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MA RF Bills: New Concern About The Integrity of Science Informing Wireless Policy, Internationally, Among Issues

By Patricia Burke Massachusetts Led Nation with Caution and Human Rights Protection, and Should Continue to Do So E-waste rates skyrocketed across the planet in 2019. (See: Electronic waste grew 21 percent in five years https://www.theverge.com/21309776/record-amount-ewaste-2019-global-report-environment-health) Because Massachusetts was one of the few states that…

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Buyer Beware: FDA Now Says 14 Hand Sanitizers Are Toxic and Potentially Deadly

By B.N. Frank The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for protecting Americans from harmful products. Their track record isn’t great (see 1, 2). Their reputation isn’t great either. They’ve even been blamed by experts and whistleblowers for significantly contributing to the Opioid Crisis….

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If You Don’t Like Human Rights Abuses in Russia and China, Can You Say Covid and U.S. Telecom?

By Patricia Burke The Business and Human Rights Resource Center is publishing reports of governments around the world implementing policies in the wake of Covid-19 that abuse human rights. SOURCE: https://www.business-humanrights.org/en/asia-covid-19-pandemic-must-not-serve-as-an-excuse-to-vilify-defenders-who-champion-rights-based-approaches-in-business-practices In Asia, the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre & Asian Forum for Human…

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Massachusetts Committee Passes Bill to Expand Raw Milk Market; Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition Scheme

By Mike Maharrey Last week, a Massachusetts committee approved a bill that would expand raw milk sales in the state. Final passage of this bill would take another important step toward rejecting a federal prohibition scheme in effect. Sen. Anne Gobi (D-Spencer) introduced Senate Bill…

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