Cell Phones and Society
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This paper deals with research that has been conducted on social, health, and vehicular intercessions of cellular phone use and society. It presents an unbiased and objective assimilation of information that presents both positive and negative aspects of cell phone usage as it affects the way in which people interact and drive and also examines the persistent public concern regarding the health safety of cell-phone usage.
From the Paper:"In the early nineties, several lawsuits were filed against cellular phone
manufacturers, and these lawsuits hoped to establish a connection of precedent between cellular phones, cellular phone towers, and brain cancer. Individuals who had been diagnosed with brain cancer blamed the use of cellular phones for their condition, but these suits were consistently dismissed due to the lack of strong scientific evidence
supporting the hypothesis that cellular phone use and brain cancer are linked. Although these cases were dismissed, they did receive significant enough mass-media attention to draw questions from many individuals, and research into the perceived problem began in earnest."
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