Wi-Fi laptop fears for children

Monday, 30 April 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Computers with wireless internet should not be placed on children's laps, says the head of the government's committee on mobile phone safety research.

Professor Lawrie Challis told the Daily Telegraph children using wi-fi networks should be monitored until research into potential health risks is completed. He says children should keep a safe distance from the embedded antennas.

At the BBC.

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