5G ‘can spy on you’: Critic sensationally claims tech will watch you at home

5G ‘can spy on you’: Critic sensationally claims tech will watch you at home

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A vocal 5G critic who makes Youtube videos describing the technology as "weapons" has claimed it can be misused to listen and watch people in their own homes

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An inventor has sensationally claimed that 5G technology can be abused to spy on people in their own homes – listening in on conversations and even watching people in the bath.

The state-of-the-art technology could revolutionise the speed of mobile phones when it is eventually rolled out.

But ever since it was announced, conspiracies have emerged of its potential health dangers.

Mark Steele, who makes Youtube conspiracy videos of himself dismantling LED lamps and 5G equipment, believes local councils installing the masts are ignorant to the threat they put people under.

In an interview with Daily Star Online, the patent writer said 5G waves are the same ones used by self-driving cars and therefore street lights fitted with 5G technology are "scanners".

“The street light arrays – it’s all one large array – can all work in conjunction with each other, that’s the purpose of them," he said.

“And what they do, they scan the environment, if you look at the technicalities, the specifics are for autonomous cars.

“Now to send a collimated signal [a signal that is made as straight as possible] you need to be able to target acquire the car.

“You have to be able to see it.”

Explaining more how he believes microwaves can be abused with 5G, Mark added: “If you’ve got Wi-Fi in your home what actually happens is that you have actually got microwave radiation in the environment and I can scan that environment and any disturbance in those microwaves, I can pick that up and I can actually turn that and a digitalisation of that into voice recognition.

“So not only can I listen to you, I can see you.

“Obviously you’re a biological structure so I can’t see you very well, but I can certainly see an image of you, and I can see in your home.”

Mark – who acts as a technical advisor to anti-5G group saveusnow.org.uk – has also claimed that he is afraid the waves are damaging to human health.

Many mainstream scientists have dismissed the claims of 5G dangers and there is no conclusive proof of cancer-causing radiation from phones.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said there has been no evidence of detrimental effects caused by mobile phones despite studies conducted over two decades.

In 2011, WHO declared mobile phones (which use radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation) as a Class 2B carcinogen, meaning the technology is “possibly linked to cancer” but there is limited evidence in human studies.

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