There's a meeting in Glasgow town centre this Wednesday 17 April 2019 for those wishing to get together and discuss how to stop 5G in the city.
Sharing Stop-5G information online is great but how can we get our campaigning out into the real world where we live? Here are a few simple suggestions.
Why are trees being chopped down for 5G? Digital Survivor contributor L O'Connor explains the concept of "line of sight" and what it means for the environment.
Digital Survivor hit Glasgow's streets yesterday to hand out our new flyers and to gauge public reaction. Listen to this short audio podcast we recorded on the job.
Now back from the printer, no one needs my permission to download the PDF file of this flyer. You can use or adapt it as just another campaigning tool for alerting the public to 5G!
Digital Survivor plans to step up a gear by getting out onto Glasgow's streets to find local support for stopping 5G.
Guest contributor L. O'Connor educates us about what 5G street lighting looks like - and the physical problems this tech can cause.
I took radio-frequency radiation readings yesterday from wifi equipment on Glasgow's public streets. The results will appall!
The Subway system in Glasgow may cause problems for those travelers and commuters who are sensitive to Electro-Magnetic Fields.
Digital Survivor UK went out into Glasgow earlier today to take radiation measurements at Central Station, the Gallery of Modern Art, and in the Gallery's public wi-fi hot spot down in the basement library. One pleasant surprise to report and one cause for concern too!