Phonegate Canada: Court authorizes class action against Apple and Samsung

Equipe Phonegate - 27 Sep 2022 In a judgment rendered on September 22, 2022, the seven plaintiffs, Tracey Ariel, Claire O’Brien, Erika Patton, Zoe Patton, Alex Tasciyan, Mathew Nucciarone and Vito Decicco, have been given a win by Judge Christian Immer. They will therefore be allowed to launch a class action against the manufacturers of … Continuer la lecture de Phonegate Canada: Court authorizes class action against Apple and Samsung

Toronto wants to kill the smart city forever

by Karrie Jacobs 29june2022 MIT Technology Review Smart CitiesToronto wants to kill the smart city foreverThe city wants to get right what Sidewalk Labs got so wrong. Renderings from Waterfront Toronto are about trees, not tech. Planned high-rises frame a two-acre community forest, a public space by Denmark’s SLA design studio. WATERFRONT TORONTO In February, … Continuer la lecture de Toronto wants to kill the smart city forever

Canada: 9 out of 10 cell phones exceed regulatory limits in real use

Equipe Phonegate - 05july2022 In March 2022 after two years of waiting, the Canadian agency, Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) sent to our contact, Sharon Noble, the list of test results of 90 smartphones whose SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) had been monitored between 2015 and 2021. The SAR is an indicator supposed to protect … Continuer la lecture de Canada: 9 out of 10 cell phones exceed regulatory limits in real use

Canada Limits 5G to Protect Air Travel

Canada Limits 5G To Protect Air Travelby Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Forbes Contributor, Nov 21, 2021 Canada’s Department of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development (ISED) has decided to restrict certain 5G services because they would interfere with radio altimeters, a crucial component of aircraft navigation systems. Radio altimeters tell pilots where their planes are relative to Earth. … Continuer la lecture de Canada Limits 5G to Protect Air Travel