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Here's How The CIA Is Hacking Your Smart TV
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The Smart City That Sees and Hears Everything
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The City That Sees and Hears Everything
http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2018/02/james-joyce-as-police-operation/553817/





'The most impressive technical feat of James Joyce’s novel Ulysses is that it manages to record nearly every detail from a day in the life of the book’s protagonist, Leopold Bloom, and to elevate those events to the status of literature. Mythology, even. Readers track Bloom’s journey step by step, as he navigates the labyrinthine streets, pubs, and offices of Dublin, yet Bloom’s errands bear the symbolic weight of The Odyssey. Ulysses battled his way from island to island, fighting witches and monsters, but Ulysses suggests that modern, urban lives might be just as significant.

Recording stray thoughts, private conversations, newspaper headlines, and even an amorous act in the bedroom, Ulysses functions as a super-catalog of the mundane. Joyce’s approach—a persistent surveillance of events in Dublin on the date of June 16—implies that a larger story remains hidden in a plain sight, an explanation that might finally make sense of the world, lurking in the data of everyday life. We just need to capture and record that data. Spam_A Spam_B Joyce allegedly had larger ambitions than merely crafting a novel. According to his friend, the writer and artist Frank Budgen, Joyce wanted Ulysses to be so exhaustively detailed that it might operate as a kind of literary hologram. In his own words, “I want to give a picture of Dublin so complete that if the city one day suddenly disappeared from the Earth it could be reconstructed out of my book.” It is literature as 3-D point cloud: a total model of the metropolis and an infinite archive of everything that takes place inside of it.

There are other ways to capture a city. In 2009, the U.S. military revealed the use of a new surveillance tool called Gorgon Stare. It was named after creatures from Greek mythology that could turn anyone who made eye contact with them to stone. In practice, Gorgon Stare was a sphere of nine surveillance cameras mounted on an aerial drone that could stay aloft for hours, recording everything in sight. As an Air Force major general explained to The Washington Post at the time, “Gorgon Stare will be looking at a whole city, so there will be no way for the adversary to know what we’re looking at, and we can see everything.”'



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Admits cost of smart meter out weigh benefits - Cue Bono ?
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REVEALED: The £9billion extra cost of smart meters that will wipe out all the savings we were told we'd make
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-5442371/The-9bn-extra-cost-smart-meters.html





'The cost of installing smart meters in homes across Britain is set to come in at almost double the original estimate, putting an extra £9billion on household energy bills and wiping out all the supposed financial benefits of the scheme.

Sources at the Big Six power giants have told Money Mail that the estimated cost of rolling out the new digital meters has ballooned from £11billion to nearer £20 billion.

The huge increase, which is expected to be confirmed in an official report later this year, would wipe out all the savings households were promised from smart meters. Spam_A Spam_B The latest government estimates suggest that households will save £16.7 billion by having a smart meter installed, as it will encourage them to reduce their power usage and help providers keep bills low.

But this is well below the latest projections for the costs, which energy suppliers recoup from household bills. That means households will effectively be left £3.3 billion out of pocket by the scheme.

Money Mail can reveal that the energy price cap unveiled by Theresa May earlier this week will be set high enough to include these extra costs.

If the additional £9billion cost is passed on in full, it would add an extra £300 on to every bill by 2030.'



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Extraordinarily irresponsible Isle of Wight politicians and officials want to launch a nightmare 'experiment' on their own population with lethal untested 5G (everyone should watch this - not least in the United States)






'On September 13, 2017, more than 180 scientists and doctors sent an 11-page Appeal for a moratorium on the roll out of 5G in the European Union.

The reason for the appeal is that “RF/EMF has been proven to be harmful for humans and the environment,” but 5G has not been investigated fully for potential health hazards and environmental impact by INDEPENDENT scientists other than industry scientists, who apparently would rubber stamp 5G similarly as the other generations of telecommunications updates have been.

According to the Appeal, 5G is effective only over short distances and is transmitted poorly through solid materials. Because of that inefficiency in transmission, a tremendous number of antennas or cell towers will be needed to implement 5G service.

One key paragraph jumped out for me:

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With “the ever more extensive use of wireless technologies,” nobody can avoid being exposed. Because on top of the increased number of 5G-transmitters (even within housing, shops and in hospitals) according to estimates, ”10 to 20 billion connections” (to refrigerators, washing machines, surveillance cameras, self-driving cars and buses, etc.) will be part of the Internet of Things. All these together can cause a substantial increase in the total, long term RF-EMF exposure to all EU citizens. [CJF emphasis]'


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'Smart City' Projects are Really Police Cam-Share Programs in Disguise
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'Smart City' Projects are Really Police Cam-Share Programs in Disguise
http://www.activistpost.com/2018/04/smart-city-projects-are-really-police-cam-share-programs-in-disguise.html





A recent <a href="http://www.goerie.com/news/20180419/surveillance-cameras-free-wi-fi-coming-to-eries-perry-square" rel="noopener">article[/url] in the Erie-Times, revealed that <a href="https://securingsmartcities.org/" rel="noopener">‘Secure Smart City’[/url] (SSC) projects are really police cam-share programs in disguise.

The article boasts that the city of Erie will soon get fast, public Wi-Fi as well as a video surveillance system that can alert law enforcement of potential threats. Spam_A Spam_B It starts to get interesting when Mayor Joe Schember admits that the SSC surveillance system “could relay real-time information to city officials.”

Spying on citizens in real-time is only the beginning of this privacy nightmare.




Does any of this sound familiar?'



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Smart Cities:
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Smart Cities: The Latest Big Tech Boondoggle Includes Health, Privacy, and Security Risks. This Ain’t Rock-n-Roll…
http://www.activistpost.com/2018/04/smart-cities-the-latest-big-tech-boondoggle-includes-health-privacy-and-security-risks-this-aint-rock-n-roll.html





'Are your elected officials and business leaders gushing about how becoming a “Smart City” would be super cool for residents and great for the local economy?

Becoming a “Smart City” requires ignoring “The Precautionary Principle.”

It requires that hundreds of small cell towers will be installed everywhere including in front of homes, public rights of ways, historic districts.

These towers may be 4G and/or 5G technology. Dr. Oz featured a segment about 5G small cell towers on his February 9, 2018 show. He seemed very concerned about health effects from exposure. Many around the world are as well. Spam_A Spam_B Decades of research has already proven that cell towers emit harmful microwave radiation. In 2017, 180 scientists and doctors demanded a moratorium on the installation of 5G small cell tower infrastructure because of health effects.

For many years already, firefighters have fought cell towers being installed on station property due to health research and concerns. In California, firefighters have an ordinance that exempts them from wireless infrastructure on their property.

These 4G and 5G small cell towers will also reduce property value – even when they are hidden in pretty light posts. Most people don’t want to live near cell towers, even when they aren’t 100% certain they will cause health issues.'



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'Smart home' companies refuse to say whether law enforcement is using your gadgets to spy on you






Transparency reports are standard practice across the tech industry, disclosing the nature, quantity and scope of all the law enforcement requests each company receives in a given year.

But there's a notable exception to this practice: the "smart home" companies who sell you products that fill your house with gadgets that know every intimate fact of your life -- all-seeing eyes, all-listening ears, all-surveillance network taps. The companies that sell these products refuse to say whether (or how) they are being suborned to serve as state surveillance adjuncts by law enforcement.

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What the smaller but notable smart home players said August, a smart lock maker, said it “does not currently have a transparency report and we have never received any National Security Letters or orders for user content or non-content information under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA),” but did not comment on the number of subpoenas, warrants and court orders it receives. “August does comply with all laws and when faced with a court order or warrant, we always analyze the request before responding,” a spokesperson said.

Roomba maker iRobot said it “has not received any demands from governments for customer data,” but wouldn’t say if it planned to issue a transparency report in the future. Spam_A </div>



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United Nations Agenda 21, Smart Meters & Reduced Population
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United Nations Agenda 21, Smart Meters & Reduced Population






'What’s going on in California? Why is California burning? TV stations are reporting about the weather anomalies people now realize have been happening. Is it too late?

Agenda 21 is about control of the land and the entire global population. Do you know the basic 9 Tenets of Agenda 21? If not, you can learn what they are in the video below.'












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Agenda 21, The Plan To Kill You - David Icke
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Re: United Nations Agenda 21, Smart Meters & Reduced Population
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Re: United Nations Agenda 21, Smart Meters & Reduced Population
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I often wonder at all those solid brick council houses that they built when Britain was 'flat broke' after the war.



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Re: United Nations Agenda 21, Smart Meters & Reduced Population
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"Is it just a coincidence that the town of Paradise in northern California was totally consumed by fire on 11/9... 2 days before 11/11? Paradise Lost if you will. Was this an illuminati burnt offering human sacrifice to their god to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WW1's end and all they had accomplished during the war? Also the alleged "shooting" in the Borderline Bar contains names suggesting fire: Sparks, Helus and Coffman. The Bar is only a few miles away from a waterfall called Paradise Falls both of which are in the region called Thousand Oaks.

The luciferian elites like to code their events using symbolism and numerology (which employs successive reduction). The Borderline Bar Event: [Borderline Bar] reduces to 33 (102, 21=3, 3). Of the "dead" [Noel Sparks] reduces to 11 11; [Cody Coffman] (22) reduces to 33. The cop [Ron Helus] reduces to 11 11. A survivor [Teylor Whittler] reduces to 11 11. The "shooter" [Ian David Long] reduces to 11 11.  Whittler is a combo wordplay of White and Hitler a nod to the daft so-called white nationalist narrative pushed by MSM.

Looking at the real devastating fire at Paradise: [Paradise Lost] reduces to 11 11. Firefighter [Bermudez] (wearing a helmet bearing the number 33) reduces to  11 11. [Thousand Oaks] reduces to 11 11.
So before the fire Paradise is just Paradise. Close to the "shooting" event we have Paradise Falls. After the fire and "shooting" event Paradise is destroyed and is now Paradise Lost."



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Will our smart devices become a massive surveillance network?
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Will our smart devices become a massive surveillance network?
http://thenextweb.com/contributors/2018/11/18/will-our-smart-devices-become-a-massive-surveillance-network/





'The rise of the digital era has brought with it many wondrous changes to our daily lives, not least of which the fact that we now carry digital assistants with us everywhere we go in the form of smartphones, tablets, and laptop computers. The rapid proliferation of everyday digital devices and the rise of new smart devices, which are more capable than ever before, carries with it worrying connotations about surveillance just as equally as it does positive ones of progress.

Will our smart devices become a massive surveillance network? You need not look to the future with dystopian fears when it comes to your smart devices – governments are already using them to spy on you today. Spam_A Spam_B <strong>Our smart devices track our every move</strong>

It’s indisputable that contemporary smart devices are often built with advanced surveillance capabilities that keep track of you wherever you go; after all, if your smart device isn’t aware of where you (and it) are, it can’t offer you a myriad of useful services we’ve all come to rely upon, likely timely weather updates in our nearby area or directions to a local pub. Given that surveillance capabilities are built into these devices from the get-go, it’s thus only a matter of time that our smart devices come together to create a surveillance grid that tracks our every move and digital inquiry.

Around the world today, we can already isolate a number of worrying examples of massive surveillance networks, and they’re not exclusive to totalitarian regimes in lesser developed portions of the world, either. In contemporary Britain there’s one surveillance camera for every 11 people, for instance, illustrating the rapid rise of the surveillance state in industrialized Western democracies. Elsewhere, security services and local law enforcement authorities are also starting to warm up to the idea of using more devices to surveil the general population.

The rise of police body cameras has soothed many concerns surrounding police brutality, for instance, but when facial recognition technology grows so compact and efficient to work through those devices they’ll soon be cataloging the face and identity of everyone who passes a police officer or checkpoint on the street, for instance. Smart devices in our homes, like the virtual smart home assistants Alexa and Google Home, will also begin to pry into our personal lives more and more.'



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Re: United Nations Agenda 21, Smart Meters & Reduced Population
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Smart meter installations suffer sharpest drop yet as 'people refuse to have them in their homes'
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/11/29/smart-meter-installations-suffer-sharpest-ever-drop-households/?li_source=LI&li_medium=li-recommendation-widget





'Smart meter installations have had their steepest drop yet over the past three months, official data shows, amid suggestions that homeowners are refusing to have them installed.

The number of smart meters being installed in homes declined by 10 per cent over the past quarter, after falling continuously for the past nine months, data from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy showed. Spam_A Spam_B Industry sources said this was because households are refusing smart meters over fears they may effectively trap them in overpriced energy deals, as they will lose their smart function if they switch. They also said technical difficulties and a short supply of new-style meters were factors behind the fall.

Peter Earl, head of energy at comparethemarket.com, said: “After all the flak about the issues surrounding smart meters, a 10 per cent drop in installations over the last quarter is another massive headwind for the rollout programme.

The repeated delay of the new smart meter system – SMETS2 – tells you all you need to know about this troubled initiative. Until the second generation of smart meters is being rolled out nationwide by all suppliers, so that people’s smart meters will continue to operate having switched supplier, we could not confidently recommend them to our customers.”

Last night price comparison site Comparethemarket.com, said for the first time that it would not recommend smart meters to its customers until new style meters become available.'



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DEA Spy Cameras In Vacuum Cleaners: Surveillance State
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-12-08/dea-spy-cameras-vacuum-cleaners-surveillance-state





'According to the website USAspending.gov, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) awarded a contract to an American defense company to build a vacuum cleaner for surveillance purposes.

A California-based company called Special Services Group, LLC. received a $42,595 contract on November 28 to manufacture a "custom Shop Vac concealment with Canon M50B.” The program completion time is one month, the DEA expects delivery of the spy vacuum on January 01.

Canon describes the high-sensitivity VB-M50B Network Camera as a "PTZ [Pan-Tilt-Zoom] network camera” that “captures video with remarkable color and clarity, even in very low-light environments.” Spam_A Spam_B Depending on the retailer, the camera sells for $3,000 to $3,500; the contract summary specifies the spy vacuum is being funded by the DEA’s Office of Investigative Technology, as Quartz first reported this story on December 06.

The company behind the spy vacuum: Special Services Group “is a leading supplier of technical solutions for law enforcement, military and government agencies in the United States of America,” its website says. “Due to the critical missions of our customers, we have chosen not to place our product information on our website. Please use the contact section of our site to request more information.”

So, what did social media have to say about spy vacuums?'



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Smart street light plan in Washington prompting privacy worries
http://www.fox5dc.com/news/local-news/smart-street-light-plan-in-district-prompting-privacy-worries





'A plan to replace the District's 75,000 street lights is prompting privacy concerns over the kind of technology being used and questions about capabilities to spy on residents.

In a joint program between the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the Office of Public-Private Partnerships or OP3, both agencies say the smart street light technology being eyed does not include plans for surveillance devices.

The agencies are collecting information from 11 possible bidders for the contract to install and maintain the new street lights. Spam_A Spam_B Yet companies marketing the technology to cities across the nation, like GE, emphasize in materials online with recording devices such as surveillance cameras and tools to monitor for gunshots.

According to digital news outlet Quartz, federal agencies are already embedding surveillance cameras in street lights. Federal contracts show the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have purchased the technology in several Texas cities.

DDOT says the goal in upgrading the existing street lights is to save money and modernize the operation and servicing of the lights. The bulbs will be upgraded to LED lights, which are energy efficient. They will also be remotely controlled and in some instances have WiFi hotspots embedded, especially in lower-income neighborhoods.'



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Is your smart speaker SPYING on you?
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Is your smart speaker SPYING on you? They are the year's must-have presents but privacy campaigners fear 'connected' gizmos are actually highly efficient surveillance devices
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6525861/Is-smart-speaker-SPYING-you.html





'At first glance, there was no witness to the grisly murder of Christine Sullivan, who was stabbed to death alongside a friend, Jenna Pellegrini, at her home in rural New Hampshire in the U.S. last year.

But as detectives searched the secluded colonial-style home and its tree-lined garden, they came to realise that a big clue was staring them in the face.

For on the kitchen worktop was an Amazon Echo, one of the increasingly ubiquitous ‘smart speakers’ that can perform a host of household tasks, from checking the weather and playing music to creating shopping lists and looking up recipes. Spam_A Spam_B Such devices follow a user’s spoken commands, so are almost always listening out for fresh orders. What’s more, this one was likely to have been within earshot of Sullivan’s cold-blooded killing, and could be the first-hand witness police were looking for.

That was the theory, at least. So last month, a judge hearing the trial of Sullivan’s alleged killer, a former housemate called Timothy Verrill, ordered Amazon to turn over any voice recordings that the Echo made between January 27, 2017, when the women were murdered, and January 29, when their bodies were found. Prosecutors now hope they might be able to prove Verrill’s guilt. The defendant, who protests his innocence, presumably hopes otherwise.

Whatever the outcome, the whole thing provides a stark illustration of a strange (and some might say chilling) new truth: that the high-tech gadgets, increasingly part of our daily existence, also happen to be highly efficient surveillance devices.'



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Utility “Smart” Meters Fires and Explosions
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Utility “Smart” Meters Fires and Explosions: The Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How
http://www.activistpost.com/2019/01/utility-smart-meters-fires-and-explosions-the-who-what-when-where-why-and-how.html





Millions of utility “Smart” Meters have been installed across the U.S. and around the world, so there’s a very good possibility that you already have them installed on your home and throughout your community. Reported issues include fires, explosions, and much more. There’s even a “Smart” Meters fire lawsuit that was filed in California.












A documentary about “Smart” Meter issues was produced in 2013 and revised in 2017. It is now free to watch online.












Hundreds of thousands in North America have already been replaced and/or formally recalled due to fire risk. An online search under “Smart Meter Fires” provides many options to learn more about this:


  • Coalition to Stop Smart Meters

  • EMF Safety Network

  • IEEE Spectrum

  • StopSmartMeters.org

  • Smart Grid Awareness

  • Smart Meter Education Network

  • Take Back Your Power



Activist Post and sister publication, Natural Blaze, have reported MANY times about the many reasons people don’t want “Smart” Meters and are fighting to keep them off their homes and throughout their communities.














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There's a simple reason why your new smart TV was so affordable: It's collecting and selling your data






'Massive TVs with razor-thin frames, brilliant image quality, and streaming services built-in are more affordable than ever thanks to companies like Vizio and TCL.

If you want a 65-inch 4K smart TV with HDR capability, one can be purchased for below $500 — a surprisingly low price for such a massive piece of technology, nonetheless one that's likely to live in your home for years before you upgrade.

But that low price comes with a caveat most people don't realize: Some manufacturers collect data about users, then sell that data to third-parties. That data can include what type of shows you watch, which ads you watch, your approximate location, and more.

A recent interview on The Verge's podcast with Vizio CTO Bill Baxter did a great job illuminating exactly how this works.

"This is a cutthroat industry. It's a 6% margin industry," Baxter said. "The greater strategy is I really don't need to make money off of the TV. I need to cover my cost."

More specifically, companies like Vizio don't need to make money from every TV they sell.

Smart TVs can be sold at or near cost to consumers — which is great for consumers — because Vizio is able to monetize those TVs through data collection, advertising, and selling direct-to-consumer entertainment (movies, etc.) — which is less great for consumers.

Or, as Baxter put it: "It's not just about data collection. It's about post-purchase monetization of the TV."

And there are a few different ways to monetize those TVs post-purchase.'

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Nike releases new shoes controlled by your smartphone
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Nike releases new shoes controlled by your smartphone
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/01/15/nike-releases-new-shoes-controlled-smartphone/





'Nike has announced new trainers which can lace themselves up and be controlled via an app on your smartphone.

The company announced its new Nike Adapt BB shoes on Tuesday, which can automatically adjust their fit and be controlled by a smartphone.

The company is launching a new Adapt app which can be used to control the shoes and adjust their tightness. The shoes will communicate with smartphones through Bluetooth, and can be wirelessly charged through the soles and an accompanying wireless charging pad. Spam_A Spam_B Nike said the battery in the shoes will last for 10 to 14 days on a single charge.

The shoes, which will go on sale in the UK on February 17 for £299.95, will be debuted in two basketball games taking place on Wednesday.

In 2016, Nike released a limited edition run of 89 AirMag shoes, which laced themselves and featured light-up soles. The shoes were modelled on the futuristic trainers worn by Michael J. Fox’s character in Back To The Future Part II and fetched high prices when resold on sites like eBay.

That same year, Nike also released its HyperAdapt 1.0 shoes, which used a more standard shoelace, but still automatically laced themselves up.'



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Dementia patients to be tracked by smart meters
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Dementia patients to be tracked by smart meters so that doctors can monitor any sudden changes that indicate illness, falls or mental decline
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6663779/Dementia-patients-tracked-smart-meters-doctors-monitor-sudden-changes.html





The NHS is to use energy smart meters to monitor dementia patients in their homes.

The devices will track patients’ daily routines, such as when they boil the kettle, cook dinner or turn the washing machine on.

They will flag up any sudden change in behaviour which could indicate an illness, a fall or a decline in their mental state. The meters will be able to send alerts to family members or carers, who can pop round to check if the patient is all right.

Experts say the devices will enable patients to live independently for longer without going into care, and prevent avoidable admissions to A&E.

Smart meters monitor households’ energy use in real time and send the readings directly to suppliers, putting an end to estimated bills. Ministers have promised to install the devices in every home by 2020 to reduce energy consumption, but the rollout is massively over budget and behind schedule.

Privacy campaigners warn that the meters will hand suppliers a ‘honeypot’ of data which could be sold on to marketing firms or fall into the hands of hackers.

Researchers at Liverpool John Moores University and the Mersey Care NHS Trust plan to carry out the initial dementia trial on 50 patients, beginning in October.

This will test the ability of the meters to monitor patients’ health and the general progression of their disease. If successful, the trial will be extended to involve 1,000 patients across four NHS trusts.

The smart meters involved in the dementia study can monitor patients’ energy use every ten seconds. They will be connected to a central computer system which will learn patients’ daily routines, such as when they normally use certain electrical appliances.'



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Re: SMART - A dumb idea : Google And Amazon Know When You Go To Bed
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Smart Light: Google And Amazon Know When You Go To Bed
http://www.technocracy.news/smart-light-google-and-amazon-know-when-you-go-to-bed/





As Amazon.com Inc. and Google work to place their smart speakers at the center of the internet-connected home, both technology giants are expanding the amount of data they gather about customers who use their voice software to control other gadgets.

For several years, Amazon and Google have collected data every time someone used a smart speaker to turn on a light or lock a door. Now they’re asking smart-home gadget makers such as Logitech and Hunter Fan Co. to send a continuous stream of information.

In other words, after you connect a light fixture to Alexa, Amazon wants to know every time the light is turned on or off, regardless of whether you asked Alexa to toggle the switch. Televisions must report the channel they’re set to. Smart locks must keep the company apprised whether or not the front door bolt is engaged. This information may seem mundane compared with smartphone geolocation software that follows you around or the trove of personal data Facebook Inc. vacuums up based on your activity. But even gadgets as simple as light bulbs could enable tech companies to fill in blanks about their customers and use the data for marketing purposes. Having already amassed a digital record of activity in public spaces, critics say, tech companies are now bent on establishing a beachhead in the home.

“You can learn the behaviors of a household based on their patterns,” says Brad Russell, who tracks smart home products for researcher Parks Associates Inc. “One of the most foundational things is occupancy. There’s a lot they could do with that.”

Some device makers are pushing back, saying automatic device updates don’t give users enough control over what data they share, or how it can be used. Public guidelines published by Amazon and Google don’t appear to set limits on what the companies can do with the information they glean about how people use appliances.

Amazon and Google say they collect the data to make it easier for people to manage their home electronics. Automatic status updates reduce the time it takes to process voice commands and lets smart-home hubs present up-to-date information on a screen or smartphone app. Greater awareness of what’s going on also lets them proactively suggest helpful uses for their voice assistants, and develop new ones.'



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Smart Meters: Countdown to a National Crisis of Illness and Death
http://healthimpactnews.com/2017/smart-meters-countdown-to-a-national-crisis-of-illness-and-death/





'Electric utility companies are in the process of installing smart meters at all of their customer locations, which are making thousands of their customers sick. These meters emit microwave radiation in the 900+ megahertz frequency band, which is known to cause weakness, fatigue, sleep disturbances, heart palpitations, ringing in the ears, pain, and immune system disruption. These smart meters broadcast intense bursts of microwave radiation through the air many times per minute, 24-hours a day. [1, 2, 3, 4]

Smart meters also add high frequency electromagnetic radiation in the kilohertz frequency band to the electrical wiring of every building where they are attached. This electromagnetic radiation is also harmful. It turns the electric wiring in buildings into giant antennas that fill the interior spaces with radiation frequencies that are known to alter human biological functioning. These same frequencies are used in medical research to block the activity of nerves. [5] The nationwide installation of smart meters is like a time bomb ticking, because the harmful effects are cumulative — it can take 5 or 10 years of exposure to evoke a life-threatening illness.

At some point, it will not be thousands who suffer from electromagnetic radiation sickness, but there will be an explosion of illness. There will be millions of people who are experiencing chronic disability and fatal illness from exposure that spanned many decades. [6]

The current epidemics of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and even autism will intensify until very few of us will be able to escape these devastating illnesses. Others will suffer for decades with chronic fatigue, unexplained anxiety, and attention deficits until a life-threatening illness makes its ugly appearance.

It is true that the majority of people feel nothing when exposed to electromagnetic radiation such as microwave transmissions from smart meters and cell phones. Even if people can’t identify reactions to this exposure, proteins within their cells are being permanently altered. [7]

At present, very few healthcare providers in the conventional medical system consider electromagnetic exposure to be causative for the diseases they treat. They are either unaware of the scientific research on electromagnetic radiation and illness or they are skeptics who don’t believe that unseen and unfelt electromagnetic radiation can have an effect upon the bodies and minds of their patients.

Most continue to use pharmaceuticals designed to eliminate acute symptoms, when their patients are actually suffering from chronic illnesses linked to electromagnetic radiation exposure, which can only be fixed by reducing exposure.'



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Re: SMART - A dumb idea : Smartphones May Impair Memory In Teens
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Study: Radiation From Smartphones May Impair Memory In Teens
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'BASEL, Switzerland — Don’t want your child to have a cellphone? One recent study gives you good reason to make kids wait as long as possible for their first mobile device: it appears that radiation from phones can hurt a teenager’s memory.

A research team at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute says that radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) may negatively affect an adolescent’s brain from cellphone exposure, causing potentially harmful effects on his or her memory performance. The authors say having the device close to one’s head lead to the greatest amount of radiation exposure. The researchers studied nearly 700 public school students in Switzerland between ages 12 and 17. They examined how RF-EMF exposure from mobile phones over a year’s time affected memory in the adolescents, and found that memory processed and stored in the right brain hemisphere was particularly worsened. It’s believed that participants primarily held the phone up to the right side of their heads when talking, which likely led to the right hemisphere impairment.

“This may suggest that indeed RF-EMF absorbed by the brain is responsible for the observed associations.” says Martin Röösli, Head of Environmental Exposures and Health at Swiss TPH, in a statement. “A unique feature of this study is the use of objectively collected mobile phone user data from mobile phone operators.”

But Röösli couldn’t rule out that puberty and other external factors may also have played a role in memory development among the children. Further research is needed to rule out such factors, as well as to determine what, if any, long-term risks come with radiation exposure from phones.'



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