The Santa Fe, N.M., city council has unanimously approved a plan to provide wireless internet service in libraries and other city buildings, over the objections of those who say they are electrically sensitive, the Associated Press reports. Free wireless will be available by next year at three public libraries, a convention center still under construction, city hall, the municipal airport, and two recreation centers. Yet, opponents complain they are sickened by electromagnetic pollution and say it will keep them from using the libraries or attending meetings in city hall. City attorney Frank Katz, who had been asked to determine whether

...

Subscribe to Read More

Are You an Educator?

Get Free online access to all our news and resources


  • About the Author:

    eSchool News