NYC Bans Cell Phones From Performances
Feb 13, 2003, 10:08 AM by (staff)
The New York City Council voted 38-5 yesterday to ban the use of cell phones at public performances. Talking on a cell phone, dialing, listening or even having one ring during a performance will constitute a violation punishable by a $50 fine. The law covers concerts, movies, plays, lectures, dance performances, museums, libraries and galleries.
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