They claim that it would make consumers feel some phones are safer than others without adequate scientific proof and are thus suing the city of San Francisco to stop their mandatory radiation warning law. According to the FCC, all phones are safe below a certain SAR level; San Francisco says it just wants to inform users so that those concerned about radiation can more easily access that information. [Electronista]
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