Federal law mandates that everyone should have equal access to “telecommunications services” or Phone calls. This comes in the following forms: Wireless; 2G, 3G cellular technology, voice, texting, Verizon, T-mobile, Sprint, etc… Wired: Copper pair wire home phone service, PacificBell, AT&T, etc.. We agree and encourage city planners to provide services to all areas with … Read more
Dave Dehaas from Living Waters interviews Cathy Cooke, Hank Allen, Dr Ann Huycke and Brandon Thompson to understand the controversy surrounding 5G and wireless broadband.
Another critical FCC docket (20-52) is open for public comment right now: Sunday, Monday and Tuesday – June 21, 22, and 23. The FCC is looking to decommission our SAFE COPPER landlines and use taxpayer money to build out toxic 5G in rural America. The good news is we can submit comments for both proceedings … Read more
Four Major Considerations for your City NUMBER ONE: First step, and top priority, is always to distinguish Title I (Information Services – Internet) and Title II (Telecommunications – Voice/Text). This is the LAW, confirmed in the 2019 Mozilla v FCC ruling in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. However, obligations to this Law are being shirked by … Read more
Check your city broadband services at BroadbandNow.com. If your city already offers DSL, Cable, or Fiberoptic broadband, then there is no need for additional 4G or 5G wireless broadband, your city already has it! Key Definitions: 1G, 2G, flip phones, old school wired phone, dial up, copper pair wire = basic phone or “telecommunications services” … Read more
KTVB started their 10 pm news coverage reporting on the Mayor’s virtual meeting. They listed a handful of questions the Mayor received, of which “4G & 5G wireless facts” was a common theme! After covering the BLM group, KTVB showed Reporter Misty Inglet interviewing Cathy Cooke. Misty ended by reporting that she questioned the Mayor about meeting with us and the Mayor replied that it “on the radar but it’s not really a conversation that happens at the City level, at least at this point”.