CTIA Turns to the Constitution to Fight SF's SAR Law
Replying to: Wow. by ELawson87
The relevance of aspirin in a tablet is established as fact. It matters how much aspirin is in a tablet for both effect and safety.
The SAR has no established functional meaning. No phones have been shown to be dangerous at all, and certainly there is no evidence that a phone with an SAR of 1.2 is less non-dangerous than a phone with an SAR of 1.5.
Thus, given that the only implied meaning of an SAR is unproven hokum, this law is requiring the sellers to speak an opinion, not a fact.