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News Picks : Wi-Fi exposure poses no health risk, says Canadian report

By: Physics Today
07 April 2014
Ars Technica: The Royal Society of Canada recently evaluated the country’s safety standards for Wi-Fi and other wireless technologies. Its report states that, while the explosion in the use of wireless devices has led to increased exposure to high-frequency radio emission, the current standards appear to be sufficient. Convincing the public that Wi-Fi is safe is another matter, however. Numerous people have claimed to be sensitive to wireless signals, and contrary to scientific evidence, some continue to fear they can cause cancer.

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