WiFi radiation report “misleading”

A Panorama program claiming that Wi-Fi creates three times as much radiation as mobile phone masts was “misleading”, an official BBC complaints ruling has found.

Two viewers complained that Panorama exaggerated the grounds for concern and wrongly suggested that Wi-Fi installations give off higher levels of radiation.

A further complaint suggested that the program misleadingly presented an experiment to test whether certain people were hypersensitive to such radiation.

Professor Michael Repacholi, who appeared in the program, also complained that the scientific issues had been presented in an unbalanced way, and that the treatment of his own contribution to the program was unfair. (story)


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