RA Conducting Public Consultation On 5G

October 23, 2020 | 5 Comments

The Regulatory Authority of Bermuda announced that it “will conduct a public consultation from October 23 to November 23, 2020 on Radio Frequency, 5th Generation technology [5G] Safety, to determine whether 5G is suitable for deployment in Bermuda.”

“After reading the Public Consultation document located on the RA’s website at www.ra.bm, the public and other interested parties are asked to provide their feedback before 11:59 p.m. on Monday, November 23, 2020,” a spokesperson said.

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  1. sandgrownan says:

    Why? WFT do the public know about 5G?

    Essentially, the RA is abdicating its responsibility and relegating itself to merely a rubber stamping exercise while giving the impression of being consultative.

    Weak, pathetic and so stereotypically of Bermuda in this age. No ownership or accountability in sight.

  2. Imjustsaying says:

    I can tell you unequivocally it is not safe. But because if the almighty dollar they will cave in and allow it. Then it will be up to the public to su something about it.

  3. joewade says:

    why consult..no one knows about 5g… just the conspiracy theories forinstance “5g caused covid” ..just do what is needed.. if we need 5g.. JUST DO IT

  4. Kimberley Smith says:

    Why the rush? Why does Bermuda need 5G anyway? We are a dot in the ocean and huge business centres around the world don’t even have it.

  5. Joe Bloggs says:

    “After reading the Public Consultation document located on the RA’s website at http://www.ra.bm, the public and other interested parties are asked to provide their feedback before 11:59 p.m. on Monday, November 23, 2020,”

    Why am I limited to reading “the Public Consultation document located on the RA’s website”? Why won’t you let me submit comments based on my own research? I promise not to cite “the internet” or “QAnon” as my sources.

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