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Taking a Galaxy Note 7 onto an airplane is now a federal crime

Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officially banned Galaxy Note 7s from being carried onto airplanes following the CPSC’s decision to recall all variants after reports started to surface online of replacements bursting into flames, and now the authority has issued an Emergency Restriction/Prohibition order to make it a federal crime to fly with the device in the US.
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