Internet of Things Promises an Intrusive Surveillance World of “Smart Devices”
Cell phones, Bluetooth headphones, Apple watches, Fitbits, tablets, lap tops, baby monitors and all wireless internet devices emit microwaves which are also EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies). As we add more “smart” devices to our lives, we further saturate ourselves in radiation and further expose ourselves to EMFs.
The 5G rollout not only includes more cell towers every 300 feet or so and powerful new cell phones in consumer pockets, but also the beginning of the Internet of Things (IoT), a world-wide wireless network connecting all of our wireless internet devices. The plan is to install 5G antennas in as many products as possible including smart appliances such as refrigerators, stoves and dryers; children’s wireless toys and games; baby diapers; new 5G Wi-Fi routers in homes & offices, etc. All of these devices will work in collaboration with smart meters, new 5G small cell towers and existing 4G infrastructure and technology.
Not only will we be exposed to higher levels of EMFs than ever before, but we’ll be connected to a real-time wireless network 24 hours a day. We’ll constantly be sending and receiving information adding to a database where all of our private data is collected and shared – increasing risks of hacking and leaving open lines of surveillance at all times. What other possibilities exist with the usage of new frequency bands, millimeter waves never before released on the public?
Video clipped from, “Health and Environmental Effects of 5G: Educational Webinar,” a video by Theodora Scarato, Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust. Watch full video for TONS of valuable information!