The Supreme Court ruled against Arlington, TX, Glendale and other cities, saying that the FCC has the authority to set “shot clock” deadlines for permitting decisions on new cellphone towers. The Federal Communications Commission set those deadlines in response to wireless industry pressure to speed up the permit process. The […]
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote at its Tuesday, May 7 meeting on invalidating the municipality’s pioneering cell phone right-to-know ordinance as part of the settlement of a lawsuit filed by the wireless industry’s lobbying powerhouse CTIA (Consent Agenda Item 8). The settlement includes a waiver […]
FCC seeks public right-of-way for wireless sites; municipal organizations object; Glendale wireless ordinance has public right-of-way restrictions.
Reports on wireless siting policy battles in Los Angeles and San Francisco; coalition calls for change in FCC wireless exposure guidelines.
Burbank Planning Board approves proposed wireless ordinance without changes, without stricter rules like Glendale’s, and without a city-wide cell site map.
Cell phone and cell site regulation and lawsuit developments in San Francisco.
Lloyd Morgan: the “rush to all things wireless” is the greatest health experiment ever performed on humankind without informed consent.
Disconnect author’s talk on cell phone radiation dangers now on YouTube.
FCC again changes website language on cell phone safety, as wireless industry meeting concludes and new book Disconnect raises concerns.
Protesters outside the CTIA convention in San Francisco, October 6, 2010, warn of cell phone radiation dangers.