Oh dear. Folks from the Cellular Telephone Industry Association, a wireless "nonprofit" group established in 1984, is in the process of suing San Francisco over our (alarmist?) Cell Phone Right-To-Know ordinance, according to SF Weekly. CTIA claims, among other things, "the city is not allowed to make decisions involving the wireless industry."
But they're not suing Baghdad by the Bay for mammoth wireless companies. Perish the thought. "The industry claims that store labels disclosing phones' radiation output will confuse consumers about which amounts of radiation are healthy and which, supposedly, are not, "notes SF Weekly. "Such inner conflict will cause "'rreparable damage' to the public, the CTIA states in the lawsuit."