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Ben Garrison, Grrrgraphics, self-described NOT-politically-correct cartoonist.
5G is raising many concerns among EMF-educated technology users and among the top ones on the list of growing concerns is wireless surveillance, tracking, monitoring and user data collection and how it is being used.
But equally as worrisome is perhaps the seductive and exaggerated 5G marketing hype, which accounts for the consumer obliviousness to the personal privacy and security risks, and the unwarranted trust in government public health safety standards.
Other Topmost Growing Concerns
The addictive nature of technology, as defined by the Betty Ford Foundation, as frequent and obsessive technology-related behavior increasingly practiced despite negative consequences to the user of the technology, that span from mild annoyance when “deprived” technology to feelings of isolation, extreme anxiety, and depression.
Researchers have found evidence that people who overuse technology may develop similar brain chemistry and neural patterning to those who are addicted to substances.
Another concern is that those who are addicted to technology are actually more likely to also use substances than their peers with healthier relationships to tech, providing the insight that technology addiction may be a risk factor for alcohol and other drug addiction.
The leading growing concern of tech consumers is health risks, as recently reported to the Telecomm Industry by Deloitte, the leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, and risk advisory to Fortune Global 500® companies, in this recent consumer survey:
Fourteen per cent of respondents believe that there are health risks associated with 5G. [This concern] is most acute among younger age groups: 18 per cent of 25-34 year olds, and 16 per cent of 16-24 year olds believe there are health risks.
Incidence among older age groups is far lower at 11 per cent among 55-64 year olds and 10 per cent among 65-75 year olds.”Deloitte UK, Sept 22, 2020
Read Deloitte’s entire Article here: “5G Evolution Deferred“