San Francisco passes cellphone radiation law

The people of San Francisco will soon fall under a new cellphone radiation law that requires retailers to post notices on how much radiation is emitted by cellphones they sell. This is touted to be the first kind in the United States, although those in the cellphone industry claim that it could very well impede sales and mislead consumers into believing some phones are safer than others. What’s your take on the situation? Even if the new iPhone 4 were to emit enough radiation to turn you into the Hulk, would that stop you from picking it up? Nay, we say, and the impact would probably be minimal.

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