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Captured Agency: How the Federal Communications Industry is Dominated by the Industries It Presumably Regulates – By Norm Alster

In a new publication just released from the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University, Norm Alster examines how the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is dominated by the industries it presumably regulates.  Linked below are selected quotations which are organized in a way to effectively create a synopsis version of the original 59-page

New from the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is an EU advisory body acting as a bridge between Europe and organized civil society. “The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission shall be assisted by an Economic and Social Committee and a Committee of the Regions acting in an advisory capacity.” (Treaty on European Union, Article 13.4). It

Fox News Segment on the Dangers of Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure

Jeromy Johnson has a master’s degree in engineering and had a successful career in Silicon Valley before he began to experience negative health effects from wireless technology and electrical pollution. His wife is a medical doctor and the two of them created an excellent website to help you quickly and easily reduce the electro-magnetic field

Interview with George Carlo, former Chairman, International Association for the Wireless Telecommunications Industry (CTIA) Wireless Technology Research Program (WTR).

When George’s research turned up evidence of health risks from cell phones, the project was shut down. Tom Wheeler referred to in the Gregson article is President Obama’s new head of the FCC, responsible for regulation of the mobile phone industry. Carlo’s background below: Involvement and Affiliations: Former Chairman, International Association for the Wireless Telecommunications