Cellphone Cancer
Cellphone Cancer
Cellphone Cancer

The Federal Communications Commission wants to reopen an inquiry into whether its regulations do enough to protect consumers from harmful radiation from cell phones. Chairman Julius Genachowski asked fellow commissioners to give the go ahead to a new investigation, although a spokesperson says it is merely a routine review of its own policies.This is the first time that cell phone radiation guidelines would have been looked at since 1996. Read the full story at PC World.

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