FCC to Review Cell Phone Radiation Standards2012.06.18 08:15 by Daniela
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to formally investigate whether its regulations do enough to protect consumers from harmful radiation from cell phones. The agency hasn't examined emissions standards in 15 years. The proposal came from FCC's chairman Julius Genachowski.
The proposal would need to be approved by a majority of the FCC's five commissioners before the agency could release it for public comment. If it is approved, the agency would consider changing its testing procedures and seek input on the need to either strengthen or ease the current standards.
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