Wi-Fi banned in French nursery schools
This past winter, the French National Assembly made history by passing a new national law to reduce exposures to wireless radiation electromagnetic fields.
The law states that Wi-Fi and wireless devices will be banned in “the spaces dedicated to home, to rest and activities of children under three years.” Additionally, in schools for children up to 11 years of age, Wi-Fi routers should be turned off when not in use for pedagogic purposes. The law also requires that residents have access to cell tower radiation measurements near their homes. Conditions of how to inform the public as well as involvement of the local authorities are specified as are the steps to follow in
case of disagreement.
Posted May 2015
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