CTIA snubbing San Francisco over cell phone radiation law

It's CTIA vs. the city of San Francisco in a fight over cell phone radiation policy. The wireless industry's trade group said it will not hold its annual fall conference in San Francisco in the future due to the city's decision to require cell phone vendors to disclose how much radiation the gadgets emit. CTIA's event, now called CTIA Enterprise and Applications, will be held in San Francisco this October, but CTIA's John Walls said the organization has started to look for other host cities for future conferences. Article

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