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A major teachers union in the United Kingdom says the use of wireless internet access in schools should be suspended amid claims that children might be exposed to health risks, reports the Daily Telegraph. The union said schools should "stick to wired computers" until it can be proven that wireless networks do not cause cancer or sterility. The Association of Teachers and Lecturers, which represents more than 160,000 school staff, called for a major investigation into the biological and thermal effects of Wi-Fi. Wireless internet systems reportedly have been installed in nearly three-quarters of secondary schools and half of primary
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