(Catherine J. Frompovich) Probably when those who either question and/or oppose AMI Smart Meters thought the situation couldn’t get any more weird than it is regarding misinformation and lack of transparency about the so-called “consensus science” that dominates technology, medicine, pharmacology and vaccines, the makers of one high-profile Smart Meter, Landis+Gyr seemingly has outdone itself.
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The website Blacklisted News featured an article titled “Smart Meter Company Landis+Gyr Now Using Copyright To Try To Hide Public Records.” What happened to transparency, especially in high tech science? Is there information they don’t want the public to know?
As some background information, back in 2016 L+G took some legal action, which was chronicled in the Tech Dirt article “’Smart Grid’ Company Demands MuckRock Turn Over Info On Anyone Who Might Have Seen Public Records Docs Involving It.”
It would seem that L+G executives and legal department don’t understand the meaning of “public records” or they may be desperate to use legal harassment tactics to prevent information getting out that consumers and others have every legal right to know about products L+G manufactures and sells.
Enforcement tactics regrettably include consumers being forced—against their wills and by duress techniques, e.g., no AMI SM, no utility service to your home—by state laws, public utility commissions and utility companies to be placed on to homes, businesses and everywhere in between. What is it that I’m not getting when AMI SMs are not mandated in the 2005 Energy Act [Public Law 109-58, The Energy Policy Act of 2005 §1252 Smart Metering], as that would be unconstitutional?
Furthermore, it’s a known principle in U.S. law that if a state law allows something, but federal law does not allow/permit it, then it’s illegal! What happened at state levels mandating AMI SMs? Clue: Check out the UN’s Agenda 21 and 2030 and why AMI SMs are an integral part of the global surveillance state!
There are numerous informational links embedded within the Tech Dirt article I encourage readers, especially those who have actions opposing AMI Smart Meters, to research as you may find some clues and nuggets of information that could help you define the issues you are opposing.
As an example, a Tech Dirt link to Stop Smart Meters! features an “Interview with EFF: How Smart Meters Violate our Right to Privacy” wherein the Electronic Frontier Foundation discusses “free speech, privacy, innovation, and consumer rights in a digital age.”
Then there’s MuckRock, the online platform that “files, tracks and share public records requests,” a most readily accessible and valuable resource for any legal action being researched which, according to Tech Dirt, is the platform that makes it easy for journalists and others to file FOIA requests.
About the Author
Catherine J Frompovich is a retired natural nutritionist who earned advanced degrees in Nutrition and Holistic Health Sciences, Certification in Orthomolecular Theory and Practice plus Paralegal Studies. Her work has been published in national and airline magazines since the early 1980s. Catherine authored numerous books on health issues along with co-authoring papers and monographs with physicians, nurses, and holistic healthcare professionals. She has been a consumer healthcare researcher 35 years and counting.
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