Tag: parent engagement through technology

Bathing In Radio Frequency Radiation: The Great Substitution!

According to Building Biologist Albina Molina, Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) measuring in excess of 1,000 micro Watts per meter squared (mW/m2) is biologically harmful and can damage human, animal and plant DNA.  More than 1,000 independent studies have proven RFR to be biologically harmful, causing DNA damage; these studies remain unrefuted by the FCC or …

The 4th Iteration of ‘Bait and Switch’: Fraud? Regulatory Corruption? and the Digital Divide!

According to Technology Analyst and Author Bruce Kushnick, over $500 BILLION has been given to Telcos (state telecommunication utility companies, a.k.a. Verizon, AT&T, Century Link, et al) for fiber-optic upgrades to the premises (FTTP) – which was never delivered. Ana Montes, retired 30-year technology expert from the bay area says, “It’s documented,” that the Telcos …

Los Angeles County Supervisors Put Corporate Interests Ahead of the Peoples’ Under the Guise of Closing the Digital Divide

Title 16 and 22 L.A. County Code Modifications are Versions of 2 Separate Wireless Industry Bills Vetoed by 2 Separate California Governors November 18, 2022 The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on November 15th in a 4-1 vote, had the audacity of using the digital divide to usher in a wireless industry dream come …

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Investing in Our Youth Today, Pays High Returns in the Future

Technology Talks – Feb 8th

In this TECH-Talk, Mr. Ortega describes how 1,800 scientists and doctors across the globe have written about the unimaginable levels of radiation/EMF’s our children receive daily and how current laws in the U.S. (1996 Telecomm. Act) fall well short of protecting our families. Mr. Ortega calls for action on how to make safe the use of this tremendous resource.


“Today, internet at home is like books to read, reading glasses to see and a meal to eat,” Larry Ortega, founder of One Million NIU (new internet users) and advocate for affordable broadband access for low-income families. “It is obligatory, not a luxury. … Our future economic engine needs these tools to be in place.”