CTIA files lawsuit against San Francisco and “Cell Phone Right-to-Know” law

San Francisco has recently passed a law requiring stores to include a label warning users of cell phone radiation. This law was enacted by San Francisco to protect the consumer with no ill intentions says them. Well, the CTIA did not like this and has filed a lawsuit against San Francisco and the new law on the 23rd.

The CTIA clams that the law interferes with the FCC’s control over RF emissions from wireless devices including cell phones. Their claim is that the FCC already has a safety standard for cell phone emissions and they already comply with those standards. With the new law in California, the CTIA could look like it is not conforming with these standards.

I honestly think consumers may benefit from this information being made public, I would personally be all for less radiation on the brain. Check out the full lawsuit below:

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