Category Archives: Santa Clara County

Protest FCC Chair Wheeler Thurs. Jan. 9th SF Bay Area

Thomas E. Wheeler, recently appointed by President Obama as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will be speaking in Mountain View and Oakland, CA on Thursday, January 9.  Join planned protests and speak out against increasing wireless health damage. … Continue reading

Posted in California, Cancer, Cell phones, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, FCC, Federal Government, health effects, neighborhood organizing, Oakland, Obama, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Santa Clara County, Smart Grid, Washington DC, Wi-Fi | 4 Comments

Palo Alto Municipal Utility District Rejects Smart Meters — Now Fifty Local Governments in California Say No

One more reason why it pays to have local–not corporate–control over essential public services.  Yesterday, after receiving testimony from those injured by smart meter radiation and hearing widespread reports of fires, health damage, privacy invasions and overcharges, the City of … Continue reading

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Sensitive and Inside Big Technology: Views from the Other Side (Part Four)

Part Four of a series. Click here for Part One, Part Two, and Part Three. ‘Marc Handke’ has been designing software for over ten years. He has been dealing with wireless sensitivity for about the last four years, and installation … Continue reading

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Health studies, PG&E, Santa Clara County, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

‘Smart’ Meter Health Effects Worsening

We continue to receive a great number of reports of people suffering health effects when ‘smart’ meters are installed.  It seems that women are being impacted far more frequently than men, consistent with existing research on electro-sensitivity.   Here are firsthand … Continue reading

Posted in Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, PG&E, Santa Clara County, Santa Cruz County | 6 Comments