5G ‘can spy on you’: Critic sensationally claims tech will watch you at home
A vocal 5G critic who makes Youtube videos describing the technology as “weapons” has claimed it can be misused to listen and watch people in their own homes
An inventor has sensationally claimed that 5G technology can be abused to spy on people in their own homes – listening in on conversations and even watching people in the bath.
The state-of-the-art technology could revolutionise the speed of mobile phones when it is eventually rolled out.
But ever since it was announced, conspiracies have emerged of its potential health dangers.
Mark Steele, who makes Youtube conspiracy videos of himself dismantling LED lamps and 5G equipment, believes local councils installing the masts are ignorant to the threat they put people under.
In an interview with Daily Star Online, the patent writer said 5G waves are the same ones used by self-driving cars and therefore street lights fitted with 5G technology are “scanners”.