FCC changes cellphone safety guidance

The Federal Communications Commission has changed its guidance to cellphone users worried about the health effects of wireless devices, dropping a long-standing recommendation that concerned consumers purchase phones with lower levels of radiation emissions. Business – Mobile phone – Telecommunications – Health – Recreation (9 hours ago)

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One Response to “FCC changes cellphone safety guidance”

  1. Rachael says:

    The FCC no longer recommends that consumers purchase phones with lower radiation emissions because any phone they have approved is within the national limits, and the previous wording was misleading. Critics say that because there was no fanfare associated with the change that they must be up to something, but the FCC says that the wording made it sound like the phones with lower levels were safer and since there is no evidence that it is safer they decided to remove the recommendation.