Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Elsie Law's Daily Dose Of The Law

European countries are seeking to create a law that will require people to play their MP3 players no louder than a required limit. European Union officials state that implementing such a law will reduce hearing loss that may be accompanied with constant use of portable MP3 players.

The law will reportedly set a maximum MP3 volume at 80 decibels. Some devices can currently exceed a loudness of 120 decibels.

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