SPOTLIGHT: BBC backtracks over WiFi scare

BBC backtracks over WiFi scare
The renowned UK TV and news broadcaster, the BBC, has again been forced to publicly apologise for falsely claiming that WiFi in schools was a health hazard. The corporation's flagship Panorama programme has been criticised for giving airtime to three WiFi-fearmonger scientists and featuring only one voice of sanity. This "gave a misleading impression of the state of scientific opinion on the issue", said the BBC's Editorial Complaints Unit. Article

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