Wireless companies warn shareholders, not consumers-5G rated high risk by insurance companies.
May 19, 2022
“Existing concerns regarding potential negative health effects from electromagnetic fields (EMF) are only likely to increase. An uptick in liability claims could be a potential long-term consequence.”
Link To_Swiss Re SONAR
SWISS RE CLASSIFIES 5G AS “HIGH” IMPACT EMERGING RISK IN WHITE PAPER | May 29, 2012 | By Environmental Health Trust
Swiss Re SONAR New emerging risk insights
White Paper: 5G rated as a “high impact” emerging risk
5G is rated as a “high impact” emerging risk affecting property and casualty claims in more than 3 years.
“As the biological effects of EMF in general and 5G in particular are still being debated, potential claims for health impairments may come with a long latency.”
- Cyber exposures are significantly increased with 5G, as attacks become faster and higher in volume. This increases the challenge of defence.
- Growing concerns of the health implications of 5G may lead to political friction and delay of implementation, and to liability claims. The introductions of 3G and 4G faced similar challenges.
- Information security and national sovereignty concerns might delay implementation of 5G further, increasing uncertainty for planning authorities, investors, tech companies and insurers.
- Heated international dispute over 5G contractors and potential for espionage or sabotage could affect international cooperation, and impact financial markets negatively.
- As the biological effects of EMF in general and 5G in particular are still being debated, potential claims for health impairments may come with a long latency.”
Read the 2019 Swiss Re Report
[https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/Swiss-Re-SONAR-Publication-2019-excerpt.pdf]Read more about how cell phones and wireless are classified as high risk at EHT Industry White Papers.