Social Credit would impose strict regulation on the roll out of 5G wireless communication technology.
In our view there have not been sufficient studies or safety testing done to be confident there are no detrimental health effects from the use of 5G.
We prefer to adopt the precautionary principle, to ensure the public are not exposed unwillingly or unknowingly to possible health risks. We are particularly concerned about the risks to children while their brains and bodies are developing and while their resistance to detrimental effects is likely to be less than that of adults.
We would ban completely the roll out of 5G in residential areas, near schools, major shopping areas, or public parks where significant numbers of people gather.
Social Credit would support the use of 5G in specifically licensed business areas for such things as research and development of technology, and those that require high volume digital communication to compete on the international market.