Are the WiFi signals that allow your laptop computer to wirelessly connect to the internet at coffee shops and airports dangerous to your health? Well according to some activists in Canada, the answer is yes. But according to Michael Fumento of the Hudson Institute, such criticisms about Wifi and the internet contain several factual viruses: “Government health officials, such as those in Canada, have assessed the ability of radio frequency fields to cause DNA damage and effect gene expression in human-derived brain cell cultures in four studies since 2000. No negative effect was seen. The World Health Organization also concurs. Let’s hope that these alarmist concerns about Wifi and human health don’t come sweeping down on us from the north!”