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What's in a name? 5G wireless claims, but no real network

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By MAE ANDERSON

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Dont buy into the propaganda folks. 5g is bad news for your health, privacy and your freedom. You've been warned.

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Dont buy into the propaganda folks. 5g is bad news for your health, privacy and your freedom. You've been warned.

Sounds like a conspiracy theory.

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Sounds like a conspiracy theory.

Until you've done the research.

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Sounds like a conspiracy theory.

Or just a conspiracy? The pushing of 5G seems more driven by business needs than by science. There are concerns. Whether valid or not is open to debate. But that debate isn't really taking place. It's a bit like lithium ion batteries. If there were an alternative, they'd be banned in the blink of an eye. But so many companies rely on them, so we don't talk about it. It's easier to point our fingers at Takata airbags.

Sorry for the rambling, But I think there is a point in there.

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