The first article published by the mainstream Swiss media on Phonegate has appeared in "Beobachter", the leading Swiss consumer magazine with a circulation of close to 300,000. It is about time that other countries, like the United States and Canada, publish articles in their press on this very important industrial and health scandal which affects six billion mobile phone users worldwide.
"Mobile phone users were knowingly deceived."
by Andres Büchi, Editor-in-Chief, beobachter.ch, 13 February 2'019 - (translation)
For years, mobile phone manufacturers reported values that were too low. Critics speak of a scandal.
|How harmful is mobile radiation really? The manufacturers|
cheated on the SAR value by measuring 25 millimeters away
from the body.
Cautious cell phone users know: When purchasing a mobile phone, you should pay attention to the SAR value. This specific absorption rate indicates in watts per kilogram the maximum exposure of the body to an electromagnetic field when using a mobile phone.
The lower the value, the less the tissue is heated by the radiation. The World Health Organization (WHO) has set limits to protect health. A mobile phone must not reach a SAR value of more than 2.0 W/kg at maximum transmitting power.