‘FCC ignored numerous organizations, scientists and medical doctors who called on them to update limits...’
The United States D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has found that the Federal Communication Commission's 2019 decision to retain its 1996 safety limits for human exposure to wireless radiation was "arbitrary and capricious."
Read the court's decision here.
From press release from Environmental Health Trust:
The court held that the FCC failed to respond to “record evidence that exposure to RF radiation at levels below the Commission’s current limits may cause negative health effects unrelated to cancer.”
Further, the agency demonstrated “a complete failure to respond to comments concerning environmental harm caused by RF radiation.”
The court found the FCC ignored numerous organizations, scientists and medical doctors who called on them to update limits and the court found the FCC failed to address these issues:
- impacts of long term wireless exposure
- impacts to children,
- the testimony of people injured by wireless radiation,
- impacts to wildlife and the environment
- impacts to the developing brain and reproduction...