An important warning from the Digital Government and the Telecommunica

The UAE Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority has responded to media reports regarding the safety of certain types of mobile phones by issuing an important notice to mobile phone users.

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The Communications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority in the United Arab Emirates announced that media reports related to the safety of some mobile phone models are incorrect, and stated through its official account on the “X” platform that “Tadra” notes that the approval process for mobile phones in the UAE is carried out by the highest international standards. In the field of security and safety, it takes into account electromagnetic radiation, out of concern for the health and safety of users.

In this context, data and communications networks, as well as mobile phones, emit electromagnetic radiation in the microwave range, and according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) scale, mobile phone radiation is classified as Category 2B, which may cause cancer. This was announced before the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
According to what was reported on the “Tadra” platform, the United Arab Emirates is keen to use the highest and most stringent international security and safety standards when certifying new mobile phone models, and this process also takes into account electromagnetic radiation to protect the health and safety of users, and according to government decisions, it has been Approval of all mobile phones in the country after testing their compatibility with the health and safety of users.

Fraud using digital identity:

On another level, the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority in the United Arab Emirates (TRA) published a notice and commented in a statement on what was revealed by several social media sites regarding alleged fraudulent operations using the digital identity on its account on the X website (formerly Twitter).
The Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority in the United Arab Emirates (TRA) stressed the need to be careful when customers receive any notifications or requests to log in and the importance of reading them carefully before pressing any buttons. The Authority confirmed that the digital ID (which is used to access smart services through its application) UAE Pass is completely secure, to protect against being scammed by those trying to log in to your accounts.

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