Cellphone makers do not want you to think about radiation when you go out to buy a new handset. It might make the retail experience a little less pleasurable.
That looks like the motivation behind a lawsuit filed on Friday in San Francisco to try to prevent disclosure of phone radiation levels on product packaging – something required by that city’s new ordinance. San Francisco’s move was the first of its kind in the US, so the mobile industry has decided to take a stand.
But what possible legal argument could there be for preventing point-of-sale disclosure of phone radiation levels? Read more