(by B.N. Frank | Activist Post) – American opposition to 5G technology has been ongoing for years due to various significant risks associated with it.  In December 2021, AT&T and Verizon agreed to delay expansion until January 5 due to warnings about aviation safety risks (see 1, 2).  Airlines, the Federal Aviation Association (FAA), and transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg asked for more timebut the telecoms rejected that request until late last night. From Yahoo: AT&T and Verizon will delay 5G expansion over aircraft interference concerns AT&T and Verizon won’t start rolling out their C-band 5G service on January 5th after all. The carriers have agreed to comply with a request from […]

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