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Tag Archives: Invasion of Privacy
by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions Naperville, IL – The City of Naperville has announced final plans to install wireless transmitters for the City’s 43,500 water meters. The City has named the initiative as “the Water 2.0 project.” The City has … Continue reading
Published Law Analysis: Smart Meter ‘opt out mechanisms should be offered to consumers’ so they can ‘exercise their privacy and data protection rights’
by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions For those consumers who oppose utility smart meters, it should not be necessary to “opt-out” of a program for which there never was an “opt-in.” This is especially true when there are no clear benefits … Continue reading
This past March, SkyVision Solutions released a report entitled, “A Perspective on How Smart Meters Invade Individual Privacy.” The report has now been updated with new information regarding investor owned utilities (IOUs) as well as addressing a White House report … Continue reading