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Nationwide FEMA Emergency Alert Test Scheduled Today at 2:20PM ET

The WEA test, commencing precisely at 2:20 p.m. ET, will have cell towers broadcast the alert for a span of 30 minutes.

Neuralink Launches First Human Clinical Trial Brain-Computer Interface Study

Neuralink has received the green light to initiate recruitment for its inaugural human clinical trial, dubbed the PRIME Study (Precise Robotically Implanted Brain-Computer Interface).

FEMA to Test Mass Emergency Alert on October 4

The test will be sent to wireless devices within range of an active cell tower.

Chinese Cybersecurity Entities Accuse CIA of Orchestrating Color Revolutions Globally

The Chinese report also claims that the National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center and cybersecurity firm 360 have discovered Trojan horse programs or plug-ins related to the CIA in recent cyberattacks targeting China.

Pediatricians Must Advocate for Stricter Wireless Regulations to Protect Kids From Radiation, Scientists Say

The medical community has a critical role to play in preventing harm from wireless radiation by educating parents and advocating for stricter regulatory action, according to top environmental scientists who published a review of the latest science on pediatric health and electromagnetic fields (EMF) and radiofrequency (RF) radiation.

AT&T Loses $10 Billion in Stock Value After Dropping Newsmax

Since DirecTV dropped Newsmax on Jan. 24, AT&T's stock has fallen by almost 7%, wiping nearly $10 billion from its market value.

Virtual Reality Headsets Igniting Safety Concerns Over Radiation Levels

The debate over potential health consequences from wireless device radiation has officially crossed the virtual threshold.

Comer to Newsmax: Committee to Probe DirecTV’s Actions

Rep. James Comer, who chairs the powerful House Oversight and Reform Committee, said on Newsmax Friday that there will be "a committee that's going to hold hearings" on DirecTV's cancellation of its contract to air Newsmax, as there appears to be a "pattern" among media leaders to censor conservative speech.

University of Oklahoma Bans TikTok

University of Oklahoma bans TikTok for students and staff due to national security concerns and compliance with Governor Kevin Stitt's executive order.

Glenn Youngkin Executive Order Bans TikTok From Virginia State Devices, Networks

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin banned the use of several Chinese-owned apps, including TikTok and WeChat, on state government devices and wireless networks on Friday, calling them a threat to national security.

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