As Commonly Used, Cell Phones Exceed Canada’s Radiation Exposure Limits – CBC Investigation
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March 31, 2017
For Immediate Release
Ottawa – A CBC investigation revealed that cell phones exceed maximum permitted exposures during normal use, and expose Canadians to three to four times more radiofrequency energy than measured during testing per regulations. Since 81% of Canadians are unaware of fine print warnings in the phone or manual, they naturally hold cell phones against ears and carry phones in pockets. Few people distance wireless devices from the body by at least 5 to 20 mm for phones and 20+ cm for tablets.
In response to CBC, the federal government alleges that phones are still “safe” when exposure standards are exceeded….SNIPRead more →