New Zealand school responds to parents' concerns over Wi-Fi

12/31/2013 | Stuff (New Zealand)

New Zealand's ministries of education and health have said that Wi-Fi is safe to use in schools. However, one of the country's elementary schools has turned off its connection after a parent -- concerned about the effects of the technology on his child -- led a campaign against it. Officials said they turned it off in the junior school, not over safety concerns, but because a survey of parents found they did not want it.

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