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venerdì 16 giugno 2017

Agenzia Francese sulle Frequenze riporta i test sui telefoni cellulari: valori triplicati !

In seguito ad una vertenza legale avviata da un medico francese, il giudice ha chiesto a ANFR che è la agenzia pubblica Nazionale francese delle Frequenze di eseguire la misurazione del livello delle radiofrequenze misurate quando vicino al corpo.  Molti di essi hanno registrato dei valori tripli rispetto ai limiti di legge.

E' giusto che la popolazione sappia cosa accade ed a quale inquinamento è sottoposta.


A quali risultati concreti porterà ?


Under court order, the National Frequency Agency (ANFR) of France has just disclosed that most cell phones exceed government radiation limits when tested the way they are used, next to the body. Manufacturers are not required to test phones in shirt or pants pockets. French government tests on hundreds of cell phones reveal that in 2015, 9 out of 10 phones exceed the manufacturer’s reported radiation test levels when re-tested in positions where the phone is in contact with the body. The government had refused to disclose these test results until the court order.
Children handed cell phones as toys.
On June 1, 2017, ANFR posted the details of the make, model and test results for each phone that was tested, after months of legal action by French physician Dr. Marc Arazi. Arazi’s request for the information was initially denied. Popular brands such as Apple, Motorola, Samsung and Nokia were among the cell phone models tested. When tested in contact with the body, some phones have test results as high as triple the manufacturer’s previously reported radiation levels.  
“As a physician, I am deeply concerned about what this means for our health and especially the health of our children. People have a right to know that when cell phones are tested in ways people commonly use phones – such as in direct contact with their body – the values exceed current regulatory limits. This is a first victory for transparency in this industry scandal,” commented Arazi.

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