By Paul Bibby, The Echo
The communications watchdog has refused to investigate alleged breaches of telecommunications law by Telstra in relation to the installation of 5G technology in Mullumbimby.
In response to a complaint from anti-5G campaigners who detailed a raft of alleged breaches, the Australian Communications Media Authority (ACMA) said it had made ‘preliminary enquiries’ and concluded that this is ‘not a matter that the ACMA should investigate’.
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‘During our enquiries we sought, and obtained, information from Telstra about their compliance with the Deployment Code,’ ACMA Telecommunications Engineer, Andrew Sabo, said in an email to anti-5G group Northern Rivers for Safe Technology.