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- This $350 “Anti-5G” Device Is Apparently Just a USB Stick WIRED
- The UK is cracking down on sales of fraudulent ‘anti-5G’ USB sticks Engadget
- 5GBioShield says it protects from 5G, likely a scam Android Authority
- $349 USB ‘bioshield’ taps into 5G, coronavirus conspiracy fears TribLIVE
- The Morning After: Why would anyone buy a $350 ‘anti-5G’ USB stick? Engadget