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For Public Schools, Mobility Is A Minefield
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dm786
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3/1/2014 | 10:33:54 AM
WI FI IS PULSED MICROWAVE RADIATION THAT IS A UNIVERSAL GENOTOXIN, NEUROTOXIN, CARCINOGEN
http://thefullertoninformer.com/launching-of-the-districts-11-visible-irradiaton-program-vip/

The total insanity of this technology is the same frequency and power density that the Russians used against the American Embassy in the 70's where everyone in the embassy got cancer miscarriages or some kind of devastating acute or chronic health problem.  Our kids are headed for the same fate.  The Oregon State Legislature Health Committee had a presentation by 2 eminent scientists about the grave hazards of this technology and they are worried.  The presentation will be posted on youtube soon. 

"Electromagnetic fields and radiation damage DNA and enhance cell death rates and therefore they are a Ubiquitous Universal Genotoxic Carcinogen that enhances the rates of Cancer, Cardiac, Reproductive and Neurological disease and mortality in human populations. Therefore there is no safe threshold level. The only safe exposure level is zero, a position confirmed by dose-response trends in epidemiological studies.."

Dr. Neil Cherry

CHECK THESE LINKS FOLKS.  THIS IS NO JOKE.  THE ONLY BENEFICIARIES OF THIS TECHNOLOGY ARE THE TELECOMS THAT MAKE THE SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE.  OUR KIDS ARE BEING STERILIZED WITH MICROWAVES.  THIS IS REAL.  NO "CONSPIRACY" THEORIES.  20,000 STUDIES TO DATE CONFIRM THIS.  CHECK:  www.wirelesswatchblog.org FOR MORE INFORMATION

 Ipads: How Safe Are Our Children? The Green Gazette July-August 2013

HARVARD DR. WARNS AGAINST WI FI IN SCHOOLS Feb. 8th Letter to L.A. Unified School District

shakeeb
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shakeeb,
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2/28/2014 | 9:33:11 PM
Re: Sexting. Ugh.
As my view it's good to have new features on the phone. However the new features are more prominent than the basic needs of a phone. 
shakeeb
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shakeeb,
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2/28/2014 | 9:30:31 PM
Re: Sexting. Ugh.
As my view it's good to have new features on the phone. However the new features are more prominent than the basic needs of a phone. 
shakeeb
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shakeeb,
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2/28/2014 | 9:27:55 PM
Re: Sexting. Ugh.
Most of the phones have the feature to access social media sites, and sad to say that these sites are used in publishing unwanted photos which were taken using the phone. Therefore  It is always better to have necessary controls. 
shakeeb
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shakeeb,
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2/28/2014 | 9:24:49 PM
Re: Sexting. Ugh.
This is an interesting article and very valid for today. With the new features available on the phones, there is high possibility of misusing it.  
Lorna Garey
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2/28/2014 | 12:06:35 PM
Re: Sexting. Ugh.
I'm sure they try, but it's difficult even for reasonably technically astute parents to stay ahead of the technology. Take SnapChat - a child might really believe that content is deleted and not think about screen grabs, for example. Education is a moving target. And what's the implication if schools jump in to BYOD and parents assume that teachers will be managing this education?
MelanieS221
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2/28/2014 | 11:20:30 AM
Re: Sexting. Ugh.
Unfortunately this scenario is not new. Maybe its time we educate our children about digital identities. We have seen people lose jobs or get pulled into litigation because of what is posted online or sent electronically. Remeber when you could just pass notes in class and not have it become Facebook foder?
Lorna Garey
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Lorna Garey,
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2/28/2014 | 9:44:12 AM
Sexting. Ugh.
I just heard last night a news piece about a local high school - police confiscated 10 students' phones because of inappropriate photos of minors being passed around. One student interviewed said: "This happens everywhere all the time, it just got out of hand here."

As if any level of exploitation of children is OK. These were personal phones, but just image if those images passed through school-owned networks. Talk about a can of worms.

 


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