Kyocera Communications is a cell phone provider based in San Diego, California.
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The California Senate Public Safety Committee will today be hearing arguments about the California Privacy Bill, which would provide more protection to consumers against law enforcement gaining access to cell phones.
Inmates in prison are not allowed to possess certain kinds of items. While most people are aware that prisoners may not of course keep anything resembling a weapon, some Americans would be surprised to learn that cell phones are also a no-no in the nation’s prisons.
A private company in California is paying out millions of dollars in order to be able to block the ability of prisoners to use smuggled new and old cell phones to make calls, send text messages and conduct web searches.
An increasing number of states are imposing restrictions of one form or another on the use of cell phones while driving.
‘Black Friday’ is synonymous with getting up insanely early to find great deals at malls and stores all around town, but as cell phones become ever more popular, the day may also come to mean something else in the minds of many shoppers: cell phone tracking.