Parents' Wi-Fi Lawsuit Draws Attention to Controversial Condition

The unnamed parents filed a lawsuit claiming that the Fay School has "high-intensity Wi-Fi emissions" that have harmed their son because he has a condition called Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome.
0:43 | 08/26/15

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Two parents have filed a lawsuit against the private Massachusetts school claiming the Wi-Fi signal made their son sick. The suit says the boy was diagnosed with EHS electro magnetic hyper sensitivity syndrome. The condition said to be triggered by electromagnetic. Radiation and causes nose bleeds dizziness chest pain and nausea. The Stanley wants the school to switch to ethernet cable Internet or turn down the Wi-Fi signal and the boys classroom. But the school says they're not breaking any rules saying they hired a firm recommended by the family to check the levels. Those results showed the signals were low and just a fraction of applicable safety limits. The debate will move from the classroom to the courtroom in two weeks.

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