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Have you ever dined at restaurant opposite someone chatting on their cell phone? This encounter is rude, selfish, and barbaric. But not all mobile phones can be unpleasant. One-sixth of the world's population owns a cell phone. There are more cell phone lines than fixed telephone lines both in the United States and internationally. They have become part of everyday lives. As the technology improves, however, etiquette impairs. The respectable behavior that comes with owning a cell phone can't be found in a manual or instruction guide. That is why standards need to be displayed to make people understand the proper ethics of using a mobile phone. They can be useful for certain situations but people tend to take their phone's power to the limit. When using cellular phones, proper conduct calls for responsibility, common sense, and good judgment.

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