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Illegal transmitters impact on telecom services

Illegal transmitters, such as radio frequency identification tags and signal boosters, which operate outside of approved frequencies, are disrupting communications services and affecting business operations.

Bug-killers: Police bust group selling high-tech exam answers

A bunch of people who helped students cheat on their exams by providing the answers on high-tech listening devices have been busted by Spanish police.

Concerns raised about Wi-Fi in classroom

Should area parents be concerned about Wi-Fi in schools? Yes, says American Public Health researcher Susan Clarke. According to Clarke kids can feel sick when microwave transmitters for WiFi are put in classrooms.

U.S. government agency retracts claim Canadian coins contain transmitters

"A U.S. government defence agency has suddenly retracted its claim that Canadian coins containing tiny transmitters were planted on at least three American contractors who visited Canada."

Spies embedding tiny transmitters in Canadian coins, U.S. report says

"Canadian coins containing tiny transmitters have mysteriously turned up in the pockets of at least three American contractors who visited Canada, says a branch of the U.S. Defense Department."

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