Transparency advocate Josh del Sol digs beyond the 2013 NSA spy scandal, investigating current utility and government programs involving mass in-home surveillance, eroding rights and causing harm in the names of "smart" and "green."
What if the 2013 NSA spying scandal was just the tip of the iceberg? With compelling insight from insiders, researchers, government representatives, lawyers, doctors and environmentalists, film-maker Josh del Sol takes us on a journey of revelation and discovery, questioning corporate and government actions toward in-home surveillance, extortion and eroding rights in the names of "smart" and "green." What you don't know *can* harm you. But what you'll discover will surprise, unsettle and empower you to challenge the status quo.Written by
Just research it yourself and don't bother with this rubbish.
What a terrible documentary! It doesn't seem to know if it's about smart meters, cell phone towers, AC/DC converters, the government, big corporations, or any number of other things they don't understand and are therefore very scary, neither does it quite know if the problem is health issues, privacy issues, or again something else they don't understand and therefore find very scary. This joke of a documentary is wall to wall quote mines, straw man arguments, and bad science, it's so bad, the last time I watched anything on par with this it was a young Earth creationist promotional film. I have no doubt the tin-foil hat brigade will absolutely love this without spending a single second to bother actually researching the claims made here, or reading any of the studies that are quote mined (most of which aren't named, presumably for just that reason). I am sure there is corruption and greed at play here, but just making F.U.D. (Fear Uncertainty and Doubt) nonsense up isn't going to fix anything, in fact if anything it will just muddy the waters further. Seriously if you have even a basic understanding of the technology featured in this 'documentary' you will physically be able to feel your IQ dropping as you watch this rubbish.
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