Why wi-fi phobia makes me sick
Read spiked editor Mick Hume's Notebook in The Times (London).
‘So now it seems we are going wi-fi-phobic, with news that top schools are dismantling wireless computer networks over health fears. Why? Fie! One classics teacher complains that his public school’s wi-fi network caused “unpleasant effects whenever I was in the classroom”, ranging from “a thick headache” to “bouts of nausea”. Funnily enough that was just how I felt in Latin class at our old state grammar school, back when the only “wireless” was the creaky radio on which teachers listened to the Test match….’
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