(North and south)
irishtimes.com What is 5G and how do you get it? Here’s all you need to know. 5G promises faster speeds and a big jump in data generation – which raises privacy issues. Pub 13 Aug 2019 Added 14 Aug 2019
techradar.com Vodafone launches first Ireland 5G network. 5G available in five cities before expanding later in the year. Pub and added 1 draft4 Aug 2019
Stop 5G Monaghan – not sure if this is a shall group or a genuine local group. I am always suspicious if no members are listed. Ed. Added 31 July 2019
es-Ireland.com Electromagnetic Sense Ireland. This should be the national website for our topic.they are aiming to bring EMF expert speakers and scientists to Ireland.
buncranatogether – Cork University professor exposes cancer risks from Wi-Fi/wireless and 5G technology. Video included. Pub 18 May 2019 Added 11 July 2019
buncranatogether.com 5G protesters forced to stop protest at Buncrana by Garda. Two members of 5G Awareness Inishowen were forced to stop protesting by Gardaí near Scoil Íasagán polling station around 7.30 pm Friday May 24. Protesters were distributing leaflets and collecting signatures on a petition against Government plans to license a US private company, Shared Access Ltd, to install 3G and 4G, Electric Magnetic Frequency (EMF) equipment on the existing Garda mast in Buncrana, Co Donegal. …Pub 25 May 2019 Added 11 July 2019
siliconrepublic.com Viridian’s Catherine Gardiner: ‘Smart meters will be introduced in Ireland next year’. Viridian Group CIO Catherine Gardiner is preparing and securing the energy player for a digital world of smart meters and internet of things devices. Pub 20 Apr 2019 Added 234 Apr 2019
www.siliconrepublic.com What can we expect as the 5G revolution begins in Ireland. ..If I was to tell you that the revolution in fifth-generation (5G) mobile technology began in Ireland on a day so rainy at Silicon Docks that even the ducks and swans took cover, you would not believe me. As a matter of fact, the revolution really began in Ireland in February this year at Trinity College Dublin, when speeds of 15Gbps were proven by pre-standardised 5G mobile technology by Vodafone and Ericsson. Pub and added 23 Nov 2018
Smartphone ban at school This Kerry school introduced a ban on smartphones – in the classroom and at home for 6th class pupils this year. Added July 2018
Note about the Thirteenth Annual Lecture 24 May 2018 Technology and Education – how safe are our children? Stormont Hotel, Belfast. 29 academic links. 12 pp pdf. gives the flavour.
Electromagnetic Sense Ireland. the implications of wireless technology and electromagnetic radiation for our health. Thoughtful and well researched including ‘5G radiation dangers – 11 reasons to be concerned. Added 1 July 2018
This is a techie website. Ireland to be the first country in Europe to roll out 5G geographically