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Polish govt holds meeting on electromagnetic protection act

Monday 6 June 2016 | 10:19 CET | News
The Polish Ministry of Digitisation has started work on new legislation on protecting human health against the effects of mobile networks, reports Rzeczpospolita. On 01 June, there was the first meeting of the ministry with representatives of public organisations and telecommunications operators on the effects of electromagnetic field radiation by mobile masts on human health. The draft act will define additional controls by public organisations and the state

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