CTIA says San Francisco's "Cell Phone Right-to-Know" ordinance is misleading
0. phoneArena 07 Oct 2011, 13:09 posted on
The CTIA has filed a suit trying to block the City of San Francisco's new ordinance that forces cell phone retailers to post signs near available models that warn consumers of possible radiation hazards from handsets; the CTIA says this falsely gives the appearance that a link to brain tumors has been proven...
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1. bolaG (Posts: 468; Member since: 15 Aug 2011)
LMAO! Whats next? Cellphones cause people to turn in to zombies after they die? hahah
2. SavageLucy42 (Posts: 211; Member since: 24 Mar 2011)
I think some cell phones cause people to turn into zombies while they're still alive.
14. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 3043; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)
Hey maybe all the radiation will eventually give us super powers!
3. ShakeCell (unregistered)
Me thinks bolaG doth protest too much.
5. bolaG (Posts: 468; Member since: 15 Aug 2011)
you sir are right. I dont protest. I do however sign petitions :)
4. DontHateOnS60 (Posts: 864; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
That state is getting out of control with everything.
7. snowgator (Posts: 3335; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
Getting? How much more intrusive do they have to be to have arrived?
9. vvelez5 (Posts: 623; Member since: 29 Jan 2011)
Agreed, Something is up with California hippies. Nice beaches though.
6. gallitoking (Posts: 4693; Member since: 17 May 2011)
listen this is by far the most outragious ..
that a iphone brainwashes your brain....
16. iHateCrapple (Posts: 734; Member since: 12 Feb 2010)
What does that mean, gallito? Explain yourself!!
8. icommonsense (unregistered)
Is this a surprise for San Francisco, a city over run with liberals.
12. Stuntman (Posts: 798; Member since: 01 Aug 2011)
They need to put these warnings on light bulbs because light bulbs when turned on emit a significant amount of radiation.
17. jbitounis (Posts: 54; Member since: 08 Oct 2011)
First of all, the fact that people mix politics and science is a very bad sign, though indicative that they're in bad terms with both.
Secondly, I have been studying and working in the medical field for about a decade and things go like that: if you think that something might cause some kind of health problems under certain circumstances in the future, you clearly state that possibility and investigate deeper.
Just by the mere fact that none theory has been disproved makes cell phone users lab rats. Get over with it, I have.