“Top mobile phone firms warning shareholders over devices’ possible cancer risks – but fail to tell customers”
Published in “The Mirror” June 2, 2018 by Grace Macaskill
“Companies including Blackberry, EE, Nokia and Vodafone have told investors they could face legal action from device users if research eventually finds links between their products and cancer”
This article featured the statements of risks in cell phone companies annual reports and SEC filings and quoted Environmental Health Trust President Dr. Deva Davis.
“Devra Davis, president of the Environmental Health Trust, said: ‘Financial threats from litigation are growing in step with scientific evidence linking phones to health damages.
‘Further still, the Italian court decision indicates any firm that requires mobile use as a condition of work faces major liability.‘
Blackberry and Nokia warned shareholders of possible legal action in reports to the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Nokia said concerns over the adverse effects on health could make it difficult to keep customers, despite adhering to regulation.
Read The Mirror article here “Top mobile phone firms warning shareholders over devices’ possible cancer risks – but fail to tell customers”
For more information, the Environmental Health Trust has several webpages dedicated to this issue.
Reports and White Papers of Insurance Industry: Read the reports by Lloyds of London and Swiss RE and others comparing EMF to asbestos and classifying EMFs are “high risk.”
Corporate Company Investor Warnings in Annual Reports 10k Filings Cell Phone Radiation Risks: See a list of the statements by the cell phone companies themselves on the risk they could incur and the risk that their shareholders will have regarding wireless harms.
Electromagnetic Field Insurance Policy Exclusions: Most insurance companies have exclusion clauses for electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Harm from EMF’s are not covered. See a list of these exclusion clauses here.
Cell Phone Radiation Litigation: See a list of cell phone/cancer litigation cases moving forward in the courts in the USA and internationally.