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Experts Warn Of “Significant Damage” From Smart Meters

By Paul Homewood  





From PEI:


Analysis from engineering experts suggests significant damage could be caused to the UK’s power infrastructure unless more steps are taken to improve security around… 411 more words

Climate Change

Self-Driving Cars: Another Control Mechanism for Our Lives?

By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post

Technology is the driving force in business, industry and the surveillance-control spectrum of what’s becoming an apparent totalitarian-type of society couched in – … 671 more words


PSO's Deception

PSO vs The People:  Who’s Lying Now?

PSO has claimed: Smart Meters Don’t Collect Personal Data

And yet, on August 15, 2016, the Attorney General’s office sent a letter to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission… 268 more words

Tulsa 9.12

New Instruments of Surveillance and Social Control: Wireless Technologies which Target the Neuronal Functioning of the Brain

The following extract is from a report written by Dr Kingsley Dennis, Research Associate in the Centre for Mobilities Research (CeMoRe), based at the Sociology Department at Lancaster University, England. 595 more words

Smart Meter

Extension Likely Coming Soon for ComEd Customers ‘Deferring’ Smart Meter Installations

by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions 

We have previously communicated through this website on how Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) customers are being mistreated by not having a permanent smart meter refusal option even though downstate Illinois customers of Ameren do have such an option [1]. 1,146 more words

Smart Grid, Smart Meters, And RF Emissions

Is the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) a captured agency?

A captured agency is defined as a regulatory agency which, rather than serving the public interest, is largely under the influence of the industry or sector that it is charged with regulating. 309 more words

Smart Meter

ConsumerWatch: Sky-High PG&E Bill Comes as Shock to East Bay Customer

HAYWARD (KPIX) — If you think your PG&E bill is high, meet John Graves.

Back in January, the single dad from Hayward got a utility bill for $645. 492 more words