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Former Microsoft Canada President agrees school Wifi is a Potential Health Hazard

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TORONTO, May 9, 2013 /CNW/ - Frank Clegg, one of the biggest names in Canadian technology, announced today that he stands behind parents who object to wireless internet in schools.

"There are already children who can't go to school because of headaches, nausea and heart problems from the wireless systems," said Clegg who ran Microsoft Canada for 14 years and now leads a national organization called Citizens 4 Safe Technology (C4ST). 

"Some of these kids have a doctor's note to prove it," said Clegg. "This is a real hazard and we shouldn't wait for the government to catch up to the technology. We should exercise caution, especially with children." 

On Wednesday the American Academy of Environmental Medicine announced that medical doctors are treating patients who have fallen ill from school wireless systems. 

Clegg will address parents and teachers at a public meeting in Mississauga tonight at 7pm.

Event:   7 pm   Thurs May 9, 2013
     
    Port Credit Legion,
     
    35 Front St. North,
     
    Mississauga ON L5H 2E1 
     
Contact:   media@C4ST.org
     
    705-444-9662 
     
Background:   www.C4ST.org
     

 

 

SOURCE Citizens for Safe Technology



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