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Aclara admits Smart Meters will provide detailed information on you and your home

For years, utility companies and regulatory commissions have denied that Smart Meter “aggregate” (or bulk) customer energy data could be broken down to provide details of what is used in a home or building. And for years, security experts have … Continue reading

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New tools for the industry to get your personal energy data

It is ridiculously easy to see and analyze someone’s energy data now. https://smartmeterharm.org/2014/07/09/privacy-invasion-data-mining-and-surveillance-with-smart-meters-part-1/ https://smartmeterharm.org/2014/07/09/privacy-invasion-data-mining-and-surveillance-with-smart-meters-part-2/ https://smartmeterharm.org/2015/02/03/digital-electronic-internet-of-thingsiot-and-smart-grid-technologies-to-fully-eviscerate-privacy/ However, the states and the industry have publicly stated that data is “aggregated” – all the information clumped together and impossible to disentangle. Because of … Continue reading

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