Table of contents for The wireless society / Stuart A. Kallen, book editor.

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1. Municipal Wi-Fi is Part of a Communications Revolution
Neal Peirce
2. The Potential Benefits of Municipal Wi-Fi Are Overstated
David P. McClure
3. Wi-Fi Technology is Beneficial to High School Administrators
Ron Schachter
4. Wireless Classrooms Present Many Challenges to Teachers
Mahesh P. Bhave
5. Wireless Technology Boosts Business Productivity
Intel Information Technology
6. Wireless Networks Can Have Negative Consequences for Employees
Jyoti Thottam
7. Using a Wi-Fi Network Poses Security Risks
Stephen Lawson
8. The Unauthorized Use of Available Wireless Signals Should Not Be
John C. Dvorak
9. Wireless Implants Enable the Government to Track and Control
Amy Worthington
10. Fears of Wireless Implant Surveillance are Overblown
Josh McHugh
11. Cell Phones Transmit Dangerous Radiation That Causes Cancer
Taraka Serrano
12. Cell Phones Do Not Cause Cancer
James Niccolai
13. Cell Phone Use Impairs Drivers
Lee Siegel
14. The Wi-Fi Revolution is Failing the Urban Poor
Roberto Lovato

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Wireless LANs -- Juvenile literature.
Cellular telephone systems -- Juvenile literature.
Wireless communication systems -- Social aspects -- Juvenile literature.