Rob States argues that even though smart meters are being
touted as an energy and money saving measure, they are
actually being installed to benefit large corporations.
Nothing has been done to ameliorate the risks associated
with microwave radiation, PG&E is simply installing them
without regard to the concerns of its customers.
Could it be that the real reason for smart meters is to keep
track of energy use to make it easier for corporations to
target customers? I think so. Smart appliances are going to
be required for use in California in the not-too-distant
future, and these will tell the power company and the
commercial interests exactly what appliances are being used,
when they are being used, and how much they are being used.
Every personal use of an appliance will be monitored for the
benefit of others. Even now, smart meters can give a fairly
good report of what is being used just by the amount of
power being used at a specific time. This is obviously an
invasion of privacy, which is guaranteed by the Fourth
Amendment to the Constitution, but profits evidently mean
more than personal privacy and dignity.
The data collected by smart meters can be sold to anyone
with the necessary funds. The highest bidder will be enabled
to keep track of a household’s internal activities. Laws
have been passed to allow corporations to install cell
towers without any discussion from those who will be living
near them – local input is totally disregarded and ignored.
Interestingly in the US, power companies and other microwave
providers have been granted immunity from future lawsuits
that might arise over health and safety problems, mmm?
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