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AUSPI issues statement on EM radiation issues

Friday 27 September 2013 | 04:36 CET | News
The Association of Unified Telecom Service Providers of India (AUSPI) has issued a statement on the effects of electromagnetic radiation on health. Although the group points out that studies have been inconclusive, they support the government's guideline on radiation, which is 1/10th of the ICNIRP standards. AUSPI also calls for the creation of a public database to collect all studies on health implications of EM radiation. They envision a website as a public repository for all information on the subject. AUSPI further said that as the bit-rate required for mobile internet increases and usage

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