Child safety fears prompt Wi-Fi code for Welsh schools

New safety rules are to be drawn up for Wi-Fi in schools for the first time in Britain, after a local authority officially voiced concern last week about possible effects on children’s health.Carmarthenshire County Council is drawing up a code of practice for using the technology that it plans to enforce on local schools and hopes will be adopted nationally. It says that the code is “absolutely necessary” as the safety of children should be “paramount”.

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