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- Smart Meter Cyber Attacks: “A Clear and Present Danger”
- ‘Subhourly Smart Meter Data Raises Privacy and Safety Concerns’, According to Paper Referenced by Industry Proponents in Legal Brief
- Government “Searches” Conducted Using Smart Meters Considered “Reasonable” by Industry Proponents
- Smart Meters: “A Surveillance-capable Infrastructure”
- Dr. Samuel Milham: “Smart meters are a public health hazard.”
- Deflating the Propaganda Argument on How Smart Meter Opt-Outs Shift Extra Costs to Ratepayers
- Secure Your Family from Cyber Threats with an Analog Meter, Says Michigan State Senator
- Expert Testimony on Smart Meters/Grid: “Retain analog systems to the extent possible.”
- CIA Looks to Spy on Private Lives through “Smart” Devices
- The Law is Clear: Details of the Home Are Entitled to the Utmost Fourth Amendment Protection
Secure Your Home from Safety and Security Threats with an Analog Meter
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Tag Archives: Wireless Technology
A TEDxBerkeley Presentation about the Health Impacts of Wireless Technology and Proposed Solutions On February 6th, Jeromy Johnson, an expert in mitigating the negative impacts of Electromagnetic Field (EMF) exposure, was featured as a speaker at the TEDxBerkeley event for 2016. … Continue reading
Ronald M. Powell, Ph.D.  has recently distributed two documents related to health concerns about wireless devices. Although the technical content of each document is almost identical, one is intended as a message to Public Schools and the other is … Continue reading
Source: EMFscientist.org New York, NY, May 11, 2015. Today 190 scientists from 39 nations submitted an appeal to the United Nations, UN member states and the World Health Organization (WHO) requesting they adopt more protective exposure guidelines for electromagnetic fields (EMF) … Continue reading
Introduction to the Documentary Film “When business leads research, can we still trust science?” For the past ten years worldwide, questioning on the safety of mobile phone antennas has been increasing. Numerous scientific studies have revealed the adverse effects of electro- … Continue reading
The BBC reported a story on July 28, 2014, entitled, “What Price for Free Wi-Fi?” The introduction to the story states: “Smartphone users are always looking for free wi-fi but at what price does it come? Businesses are looking at … Continue reading
The Australian media program Today Tonight Adelaide aired two separate recent reports on the health risks and concerns over Wi-Fi emissions. These reports are quite informative and up-to-date. This website received permission to post the videos from those featured news reports.
A national awareness campaign urges pregnant women to take simple steps to reduce a baby’s exposure to wireless radiation. An international group of doctors and scientific experts is joining with non-profit organizations to urge pregnant women to limit their exposure … Continue reading
As a follow-up to a blog posting entitled, U.S. Proceeding with Mandatory Wireless ‘Vehicle to Vehicle’ Communications, additional information has been uncovered that would support the assertion that the ultimate goal of government technocrats would be to build an infrastructure to … Continue reading
Project Censored at http://www.projectcensored.org/ is dedicated to exposing and opposing news censorship. The presentation of this year’s Top 25 censored news stories represents the collective efforts of 219 college students and 56 professors from 18 college and university campuses as … Continue reading