France bans the use of Wi-Fi devices in nurseries

Baby with cellphone

Very glad to hear the news that on January 29, 2015, the French Government passed a bill banning the use of all Wi-Fi devices in nurseries and daycare centres for children under the age of 3, and requiring WiFi in primary schools to be turned off when not in use in order to limit children’s exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields.

To my knowledge, France is the first country to actually pass legislation of this type.

It will no doubt be warmly welcomed by the Austrian Medical Association, the German Teachers’ Union, The Association of Teachers and Lecturers in Northern Ireland, The Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association, and several other bodies that have expressed concern for many years about Wi-Fi in schools. There is no legislation about this in the UK but parents of children in a number of primary schools have successfully campaigned to have WiFi equipment removed because of health effects.

The new French law also includes some aspects that will be helpful to adults who wish to reduce their level of Wi-Fi exposure. All public places offering Wi-Fi services are now required to clearly state this information at the entrance to the property, and all wireless devices that are sold must be accompanied by clear instructions about how to disable the Wi-Fi.

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Karen Kingston is a leading expert in clutter clearing, space clearing, feng shui and healthy homes. Her two international bestselling books have combined sales of over three million copies in 26 languages and have established themselves as "must read" classics in their fields. Her best-known title, Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, is now in its fourth edition. She is best known for her perspective-changing insights and practical solutions that enable more conscious navigation of 21st-century living.
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