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Barnidge: Berkeley 'Right to Know' ordinance a victory for cellphone safety activists
by Tom Barnidge
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7 October 2015
On 7 October 2015 Contra Costa Times reported:
If you examine the fine print in your cellphone users guide -- you always study the fine print, right? -- you should find a warning about radio frequency levels similar to this warning for the iPhone 5: 'Carry iPhone at least 10 mm (about 3/8 inch) away from your body to ensure exposure levels remain at or below the as-tested levels.' Shining a light on this message buried in fine print is at the heart of the 'Right to Know' ordinance that the Berkeley City Council passed in its first reading. If the law goes into effect as expected in November, anyone purchasing or leasing a cellphone in Berkeley must be given written notice of the potential dangers of placing a phone in direct contact with his or her body.
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