Four Corners – 3 August 2020 – 3/8/2020 – August 3 – Monday – ABC
The truth about 5G
Around Australia a vocal band of activists have joined a worldwide protest movement against the arrival of the next generation in wireless technology known as 5G. Activists claim 5G is an invisible and potentially deadly health hazard, blaming the radiation emitted by the technology for a range of long-term health problems.
On Monday Four Corners investigates these claims, exploring how the technology works and examining the scientific studies undertaken into whether the technology is actually a threat to our health. The program investigates the rise of the anti-5G movement and the spread of wild conspiracy theories tying the COVID-19 pandemic to the 5G rollout.
Piecing together the viral spread of these theories, the program uncovers a sophisticated misinformation campaign
Four Corners is Australia’s premier investigative journalism program. Since 1961, the Four Corners team has been exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos.
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Australia’s premier television current affairs program, hosted by Sarah Ferguson. Four Corners has been part of the national story since 1961, exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos.
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