Sedona Smart Meter Awareness - Keeping Sedona Safe One Home & One Business at a Time
Privacy and Cyber Security

"There is no way to guarantee complete security on a wireless network."

"Smart" meters are probably the greatest violation of our 4th Amendment right to privacy in the history of this nation.

"Smart" meters are a 24/7/365 surveillance and monitoring device attached to your home. 

Your usage data will be wirelessly transmitted through the "smart" grid, permitting the utility to collect your personal data together with your neighbors', aggregate it and sell it to third parties.  Utilization of "smart" meters also allows the utility companies to enter the "big data" industry where they can trade and sell and no doubt heavily invest in that market.

This is not "conspiracy theory."  Read this letter written to the Arizona Corporation Commission outlining the surveillance capabilities posed by "smart" meters. Much of the information in the letter is based on a report issued by the Congressional Research Service, a branch of the Library of Congress.

Above and beyond those vulnerabilities that exist when using wireless transmissions, there is NO security on the Internet, as many of us already know.

Former CIA director James Woolsey (included in video below), former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure, Protection and Counter Terrorism, Richard A. Clarke and former director of the CIA, Leon Panetta all agree that there is a complete lack of cyber security.

David Chalk, a cyber security expert from Canada has remarked that if our Internet system is breached, it would take us back to 1870 in three days.

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Cyber expert David Chalk on SMART GRID massive vulnerability, Power Grid unsafe, June 2012
Governments and power corporations across the globe, through an incessant drive to "modernize" the power grid have directly created a situation where our entire civilization's energy source is now in ...

Panetta Warns of Dire Threat of Cyberattack on U.S.

Richard C. Clarke, former CIA Director

Don't believe hacking presents a problem?

CIA's Gus Hunt On Big Data: We 'Try To Collect Everything And Hang Onto It Forever'
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Cyber War
Richard A. ClarkeFormer Special Advisor to the President on Cyber Security

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