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Strange idea but...

Lynnezhu
Has the legal right been established for people to put their wi fi radiation into neighbor's apartments?  I know cell towers have the right to be anywhere due to the 1996 law Clinton signed...but has anyone ever challenged the right of person to broadcast their wi fi into neighbor's place?

Has the right ever been stated anywhere?  worth a class action suit?
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Re: Strange idea but...

SuperLaura
Actually according to ICNERP cell towers are not allowed anywhere and are not supposed to be at such high levels. They don't even follow their own guidelines, most people who decide where towers go have no idea what the guidelines even are.

I have wondered myself about what you are saying about wifi, it's not strange at all. I live in an apartment so I understand lol but I think it would be extremely difficult to win such a case. Not sure of any right, highly doubt there is.
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Elle
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I found this, but have not read the entire document.
Fact sheet #1 (and more if they exist) might be good to find also.

http://wireless.fcc.gov/siting/fact2.pdf
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casper
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There have been legal challenges to cell towers by a barrister in Australia. He has successfully stopped several towers and 5G projects. He uses a formula that he says can be applied worldwide in order to prevent harm from wireless radiation.

His name is Ray Broomhall. Here's an example:

https://www.5gexposed.com/2019/04/27/australia-barrister-ray-broomhall-pathway-to-protect-people-from-smart-meters-and-towers/

The legal route he employs is that of assault. Wireless radiation is an assault on you and your body, and as assault is illegal, he has had telcos run away from courts, meetings, and 5G deployments.

I think it is very interesting the way he figured it out, and as I've listened to some of his lectures it appears he is working to create a template that could be used as a basis for this internationally.

Other than using lots of aluminium foil on your walls, maybe see if you can get somewhere with such an approach? He should have his own website with contact information and a lot of advice available, if I remember correctly.