by Josh del Sol
11 September 2015
“It’s official. The bits of data that could reveal virtually everything we do offline — in our own homes — are worth TRILLIONS to a wayward global corporate cabal.
Earlier this year, the Director of Grants and Research at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) said of so-named “smart” meters:
In case you’re wondering, the commodity of electricity is a $2.2 Trillion… read more
PV Magazine: Smart meters can jeopardize grid reliability
Samsung smart fridge leaves Gmail logins open to attack
Fiat-Chrysler recalls 1.4 MILLION vehicles after hackers expose them as deadly remote-controlled weapons
Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe at the Commonwealth Club, June 2015 (video)
Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe presents on risks to children at a program organized by ElectromagneticHealth.org and Environmental Health Trust held at the Commonwealth Club on June 22, 2015. She is Founder of Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE) in the U.K. where she is also Trustee of the Radiation Research Trust, Medical Advisor to Electrosensitivity UK and Member of the British Society of Ecological Medicine.
Dr. Timothy Shoechle
Federal Judge: Customers are ‘deemed to have consented’ to smart meter privacy invasions due to continued usage of electricity
President Obama Touts ‘Smart Meters’ at Clean Energy Summit
BC Hydro’s AMI Program Security Team Lead: “The consequences of deploying bad stuff [smart meters] are dire.”
Smart meter “issues are of great concern, not just locally, but also nationally and internationally,” cautions Judge
Consumers and Environment Unlikely to Benefit from Smart Meters, Confirms Latest Research
The Rangitikei, NZ
These meters are rolling out in NZ currently. Last weekend FB was alive with reports of heavily inflated bills some as high as $2k I noted. A post to follow on that topic this weekend.
Remember Smart Meters (commonly known here in NZ as Advanced Meters, and labeled such) are NOT compulsory. It is generally implied that they are and companies do just turn up and install them if you’re not home. You need to be very proactive and post a notice of non-consent on the meter itself if it’s outside and accessible, in addition to notifying your powerco in writing you do not consent to one being installed. Be aware, once installed it is far more difficult to negotiate removal. You will also be told they are no more dangerous than a mobile phone … this is not true. Watch Josh del Sol’s ‘Take Back Your Power’ documentary to educate yourself on the facts. I have a copy you can borrow if you are in the Rangitikei district. Be forearmed and protect yourself and your loved ones from the known health risks. For more info go here.