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Wireless lobby prefers public awareness campaign over cell phone jammers

News | 03/19/2001 5:00 am EST

The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) says better public education and not cell phone jammers is what’s needed to deal with people who use cell phones in restaurants, theatres and other public places. The CWTA has until July 12 to present Industry Canada with its views on cell phone jammers, following the government’s call for comments released last week – DGTP-002-01.

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