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European Greens question Icnirp standards, call for new public body to look at 5G exposure

Wednesday 24 June 2020 | 11:09 CET | News
Green parties in the European Parliament have published a report calling for the EU to distance itself from Icnirp, the international group for standards on RF exposure. The report claims Icnirp's independence cannot be guaranteed as the organisation lacks official oversight, and the parties called for a new public regulatory body to be set up ahead of the widespread roll-out of 5G networks. 

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