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The Berkeley City Council late Tuesday voted unanimously to require retailers to warn customers of possible radiation exposure when purchasing cell phones. http://www.rfsafe.com/cellphone-radiation-right-to-know-ordinance-unanimously-passes-in-berkeley-ca/ The Berkeley City Council late Tuesday voted unanimously to require retailers to warn customers of possible radiation exposure when purchasing cell phones. The so-called "right to know ordinance" is expected to be challenged by a lawsuit from the cell phone industry. Ellie Marks with the California Brain Tumor Association wants everyone to think about where they hold their cell phone. Marks, who believes a cell phone caused her husband to have a brain tumor, has spent years fight for cell phone radiation "right to know" legislatio...
Testimony to the Berkeley Council that cell phones emit radiation constantly, even when you are not on a call. Get the facts about cell phone radiation at http://ehtrust.org/take-action/educate-yourself/cell-phones-and-wireless-radiation-faqs/ In May 2015, Berkeley unanimously passed the Cell Phone Right to Know' Cell Phone Ordinance requiring that cell phone retailers inform consumers about the fine print advisories buried in their user manuals after over five years of advocacy and testimony to the Council. This historic footage is from the November 18, 2014 City Council Meeting where the ordinance was being deliberated on. Learn more at entrust.org
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Steve Wozniak discusses his early days at UC Berkeley, and how they led to the foundation of Apple. A Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist for more than thirty years, Steve Wozniak has helped shape the computing industry with his design of Apple’s first line of products the Apple I and II and influenced the popular Macintosh. In 1976, Wozniak and Steve Jobs founded Apple Computer Inc. with Wozniak’s Apple I personal computer. The following year, he introduced his Apple II personal computer, featuring a central processing unit, a keyboard, color graphics, and a floppy disk drive. The Apple II was integral in launching the personal computer industry. In 1981, he went back to UC Berkeley and finished his degree in electrical engineering/computer science. For his achievements at Apple, W...
SPONSORED VIDEO. Berkeley Varitronics discusses and showcases a number of advanced wireless solutions with RCR Wireless News at Mobile World Congress 2011. Berkeley introduces a number of new products at this year's event including the handheld cell phone detector called the Wolfhound-PRO™, the third in a line of Berkeley's advanced, award winning cell phone detection products. Introduced at Mobile World Congress, the Wolfhound-PRO™ includes a major new DECT 6.0 detection feature critical to addressing network interference issues caused by the illegal use of cell phones. Berkeley Varitronics Systems' CEO Scott Schober discusses how operators, federal customers and security markets are using Berkeley's products to identify the illegal use of cell phones.
The Wireless Association v. City of Berkeley San Francisco, California September 13, 2016 Watch The Federal Appeals Court Hearing on Berkeley Cell Phone "Right to Know" Law This the hearing considering whether to overturn the district court's decision that denied the CTIA's request for an injunction to block Berkeley’s cellphone ordinance. The case is CTIA-The Wireless Association v. City of Berkeley et al., case number 16-15141. The CTIA is represented by former Solicitor General Theodore Olson, and the City is represented by Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig. Learn more about cell phone radiation and health at http://ehtrust.org/
Cell phone + Microscope = CellScope. Graduate students in the bioengineering lab at UC Berkeley have discovered a way to turn an ordinary cellphone in a microscope. The Cellscope can capture, organize and transmit images of blood cells, lesions and infections taken anywhere in world - a great advance for the developing world and medical imaging.
NBC News I-Team investigates claims that phones are easily smuggled into Rikers Island Prison System and also how contraband cell phone detectors are fighting back. I-Team talks with CEO and Wireless Tech Expert Scott Schober about his company's cell phone detection solutions. For more information contact Berkeley Varitronics Systems at www.bvsystems.com or 732-548-3737 www.bvsystems.com
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The Eclipse Megamovie project has released an app that makes it easy for citizen scientists with smart phones to photograph the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse and upload the images to the project, a collaboration between the University of California, Berkeley, and Google to provide a lasting photo archive for scientists studying the sun’s corona. The app, created by Ideum, is available for Android phones through Google Play store and for iPhones through iTunes’ App Store. When downloaded and installed, the app walks users through a simple process to point your smart phone at the sun using an appropriate filter to protect the camera’s sensors. Once protected and pointed properly, the camera determines where you are and automatically starts taking photos of the sun 15 seconds before totality ...
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The Berkeley city council unanimously passed the only cell phone “right to know” ordinance in the country. The Law if it goes into effect will require that retailers display at the time of sale a warning that “If you carry or use your phone in a pants or shirt pocket or tucked into a bra when the phone is on and connected to a wireless network, you may exceed the federal guidelines for exposure to radio frequency radiation.” Critics say the warning does not go far enough to alert consumers of the potential health risks of cell phones. To avoid the fate that fell upon a similar law in San Fransisco the word choice has been limited to what the city believes it will be able to win in court. Pacifica's Mike Kohn reports. -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
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http://www.rfsafe.com/cellphone-radiation-right-to-know-ordinance-unanimously-passes-in-berkeley-ca/ The city council in Berkeley, Calif. voted unanimously 9-0 to require cell phone retailers to warn customers of possible cell phone radiation exposure when purchasing cell phones. Cell phones will now come with a warning notice explaining the dangers of high radio frequency (RF) exposure. Berkeley is the first city in the nation to pass a cellphone radiation ordinance since San Francisco disbanded a similar ordinance after a two-year court battle with the CTIA.
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In May 2015, Berkeley unanimously passed the Cell Phone Right to Know' Cell Phone Ordinance requiring that cell phone retailers inform consumers about the fine print advisories buried in their user manuals after over five years of advocacy and testimony to the Council. This historic footage is from the November 18, 2014 City Council Meeting where the ordinance was being deliberated on. Learn more at entrust.org Get the facts about cell phone radiation at http://ehtrust.org/take-action/educate-yourself/cell-phones-and-wireless-radiation-faqs/
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