In the move closer between humanity and the machine world, it's clear who is being damaged most.
Stop 5G Scotland’s Laura Gilmartin gave a great interview on Indy Live Radio’s Norrie Hunter Show at the end of August and easily wins the Digital Survivor Stop 5G Champion of the Year Award for 2019.
This is not fear porn. The clips are illustrations of how a few seek to control the rest of us - to the point life won't exist as we currently know it.
Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs have been collecting voice recordings of UK citizens for a couple of years now, but this was recently found to be unlawful under EU data protection regulations.
The current deployment of 5G is negligent, even criminal, but what legal remedies are there against this hazardous technology which seems destined to roll out regardless? Plenty!
Might the humble email list and PDF newsletter form the backbone of online campaigning for those of us dissenting from the official narrative now that the EU's Copyright Directive looks set to become law? Seems that way.
Cyber security vulnerabilities will make a 5G Internet of Things even more hazardous for people fitted with implanted medical devices.
Should city authorities really be proud of the public wi-fi they're putting in place? Here's a great interview with Sharon Noble of stopsmartmetersbc.com where she gives a lucid and wide-ranging assessment of the realities.
Digital technology has already opened up our lives to surveillance. With 5G, that's about to become even more invasive and personal.
Not just that mobile security is bad enough already, but 5G will mean new problems when it comes to privacy.
This is a video covering 5G wireless technology and analysing the dangers it currently poses to society - and very possibly humanity.
GDPR and other legal actions against 5G: it won't just be living beings at risk, but also fictitious legal entities in the form of tech companies and corporations.
How to make sure your tech presents are safe and secure to use this Christmas and beyond!