Here Is the Latest Cell Phone Search News

 

This page is dedicated to providing the latest news with regard to searching for cell phone numbers and the general use of land line telephones as well as the use of cell phones.

Below you’ll find FCC guidelines and other interesting articles pertaining to cell phone use.

 

Obscenity, Indecency & Profanity – FAQ

How do I file a complaint? The FCC accepts complaints electronically, by letter, email, facsimile or telephone. If possible, your complaint should include the call sign of the station, the community where the station is located (city, state), and the date and time of the broadcast. Although not required, including this information greatly assists the FCC in processing your complaint quickly and efficiently. Your complaint should also contain enough detail about the material broadcast that the FCC can understand the exact words and language used. It is very helpful if the complaint includes a partial tape or transcript of the aired material or a significant excerpt. Please see the link How to file a Complaint for more complete information, including information on FCC web and mailing addresses.

 

Cell Phones and Specific Absorption Rate

The SAR is a value that corresponds to the relative amount of RF energy absorbed in the head of a user of a wireless handset. The FCC limit for public exposure from cellular telephones is an SAR level of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg). Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for Wireless Phones and Devices Available at various Web sites.

 

Are Warrantless Cell Phone Searches Legal?

March 1, 2012 10:54 AM PST

The decision by a federal appeals court means that police can search cell phones for evidence without first needing a warrant.

 

Google Search Displays Your Contact’s Phone Numbers and Addresses

June 28, 2013

I’ve known my wife for five years now, and I still struggle to remember her phone number. The only numbers I know are those I can recall from before getting my first mobile phone, and since I have lost touch with nearly everyone from back then, that has largely been reduced down to immediate family members. For everyone else, there’s a People app, and all I’ve had to do to dial them is start typing their name. Now I don’t even have to make that much effort. If you join the Google Search field trial, you can find a contact’s information simply by asking your phone. Just say or type “Cameron’s phone number” or “What’s Cameron’s address” and watch Search work its magic.