Debate over the safety of Wi-Fi radiation levels in Britain continues. Britain has adopted municipal Wi-Fi fairly well and has added millions of users and several wireless cities to its roster, but they’re now finding the debate over health and safety is spreading. Stirring the pot of contention is the BBC program Panorama, which is questioning the level of control over Wi-Fi in the classroom. Britain’s Health Protection Agency acknowledges the concerns of citizens and vows to continue research into the topic, but at the same time reassures communities by saying that the networks produce very low power which does not represent a health risk. This ambiguity has served to alarm more than placate the public and watchdog groups have been set up to demand evidence of safety.