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ESC is an alliance of European organisations that strives to reduce the
impact of modern communications and electricity use on health and the environment. We are not against technology, but we are pro safe technology and safe connections.

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    24 March 2024
    When monitoring the environment and collecting data, we suggest to document also telecommunication masts and all RF EMF sources.
    16 March 2024
    Our feedback is not technical but we express concerns about potential wireless connections inherent in the specified vehicle safety systems. Vehicle safety cannot be when it has impact on health. Inclusion of EHS peop…
    15 March 2024
    We propose future broadening the scope to encompass a pollutant of significant concern – RF EMF spreading wirelessly through the air.
    28 February 2024
    We welcome that the EU empowers consumers to directly report any non-compliant products or items posing a risk to public health within their respective countries.
    2 February 2024
    We “Europeans for Safe Connections” would like to provide our experience on how the GDPR rules have been applied during 6 years and also some suggestions for improvements.
    14 January 2024
    The ESC welcomes the Commission’s efforts to develop better regulations for environmental issues in data centre energy efficiency. The rise of digitalisation brings familiar benefits, but also underreported risks.
    1 January 2024
    The ESC explains the shortcomings and faulty conclusions in the Preliminary Opinion on potential health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) – Update with regard to frequencies between 1Hz and 100 kHz.
    27 October 2023
    We suggest that this certificate helps to protect citizens against the increasing vulnerability to cybercrime by evaluating the data minimization to collection via wireless,
    20 October 2023
    We think there is a need for international space law to properly regulate all activities in Space by various countries. This legal base is needed to assure safety and the control of environmental impact.
    14 October 2023
    The promotion of the transition to packet switched networks will further increase the growth of wireless infrastructure and densification of the cellular network, which will not benefit the health, the environment and…
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