A $350 USB stick is being marketed as a “5G Bioshield” for credulous 5G conspiracy theorists, says a security service that specializes in electronic security. The USB stick boasts features such as “quantum oscillation” and “restoring coherence of atoms” as well as “emitting life force frequencies.”
As hokie as that sounds, it fooled at least one local government.
The city of Glastonbury, in the UK, recommends the 5G Bioshield in its 5G Advisory Committee “recommended measures.”
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