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Ingrid Wreden Kåss

Wreden Kåss is a writer and has a master's degree in philosophy from UiO, as well as a bachelor's degree in library and information science.

Has the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority stuck its head in the sand?

DEBATE: Several state expert committees in other European countries conclude with a real risk of harmful effects.

Directorate for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety – worrying misinformation?

CHRONICLE: The Directorate for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety is criticized in this article for not engaging in significant amounts of research on radiation hazards.

Sentenced to inform about the health risks of mobile use

Italian authorities are doomed to inform the public about the health risks associated with mobile use. When will we get such information in Norway and the Nordic countries?

Taboo in Telekom-Norway

The article on 5G development in Ny Tid's October issue addresses the suspected harmful effects of wireless technology. Authorities around the world have listened to the researchers and acted – Norwegian authorities do the opposite.

Radiation protection is criticized for scrapping precautionary principles

More and more countries in Europe are advocating a precautionary principle when it comes to wireless technology. Norway, on the other hand, goes a different way.