“Internet of Roads” — Colorado Goes All-in With Increased Radiation and Surveillance

“Internet of Roads” — Colorado Goes All-in With Increased Radiation and Surveillance By Kevin Samson Evidently, a test run for smart pavement in Colorado that I reported on back in May 2018 was successful enough to give it the all systems go. A plan to turn a portion of Interstate 70 into a roadway where cars communicate with street lights, signs and other internet-connected things just tripled to more than 500 miles. Colorado’s “internet of roads” project will now extend to highways that reach from Pueblo to Wyoming, and Sterling…

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U.S. House Passes SMART IoT Act Without Acknowledging Security Risks Associated with IoT

U.S. House Passes SMART IoT Act Without Acknowledging Security Risks Associated with IoT By B.N. Frank The Internet of Things (IoT) is used to connect multiple devices to the Internet. According to countless security experts, IoT is vulnerable, dangerous, stupid, and shitty.  For example: ZDNet: “The economic costs of a large cyber-attack could be as large as the impact of a major natural disaster.” Bruce Schneier: “Today’s threats include hackers crashing airplanes by hacking into computer networks, and remotely disabling cars, either when they’re turned off and parked or while…

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5G Woefully Lacking In Safety Issues—Are FCC And ICNIRP To Blame?

5G Woefully Lacking In Safety Issues—Are FCC And ICNIRP To Blame? By Catherine J. Frompovich In the Abstract of the IEEE Access paper “Exposure to RF EMF From Array Antennas in 5G Mobile Communication Equipment” https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=7546896 , we find some rather ‘telling’ information that was brought to my attention recently by Eric Windheim, BA, EMRS, BBEC, a Certified Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist, Certified Building Biology Environmental Consultant, in Sacramento, California, after reading one of my recent articles regarding 5G. Mr. Windheim and I have been in contact before, so he apparently thought…

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Factual Microwave Radiation Research Consumers Need To Know Before Embracing 5G

Factual Microwave Radiation Research Consumers Need To Know Before Embracing 5G By Catherine J. Frompovich Microwave technology seems to have been around ‘forever’, so that’s probably why very few tech consumers question its safety. However, consumers should know the latest and most ‘coveted’ update to technology is the Internet of Things, which will become “Big Brother Personified.” Not only will the IoT report back (i.e., spy?) to high-speed computer data centers consumers EVERY activity, IoT will super-saturate your physical body and brain with extremely rapid oscillation Gigahertz (GHz) frequencies needed…

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Colorado Set To Become First In U.S. To Use “Smart Pavement” To Monitor Drivers In Real-Time

Colorado Set To Become First In U.S. To Use “Smart Pavement” To Monitor Drivers In Real-Time By Kevin Samson Most people who are at least aware of The Internet of Things are inclined to believe that it is purely about connecting smart gadgets and appliances to a localized home network. However, The Internet of Things itself is just one component of a much larger move toward full-scale smart cities where all infrastructure is embedded with sensors that can track and manage all people and all movements. Colorado has announced that…

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FCC is Tired of “Being Nice” to Municipalities Fighting Small Cell Towers. Wasn’t Trump Supposed to Give the Country Back to the People?

FCC is Tired of “Being Nice” to Municipalities Fighting Small Cell Towers. Wasn’t Trump Supposed to Give the Country Back to the People? By B.N. Frank The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is the U.S. government agency that regulates new technology. The FCC has been part of what President Trump refers to as “The Swamp” for over 20 years.  One in-depth article describes them as a “Captured Agency.”  The former FCC chairman who was appointed by President Obama has worked for the Telecom Industry before and then after he worked at…

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