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Contact the House Science, Energy, and Technology Committee and ask them to support SB 266 which would not allow smart meters to be installed without the homeowner’s consent.
SB 266 would require folks to opt-in (not opt-out) to certain smart meter devices, such as the load control devices that allow smart meters to control appliances inside [...]
SB 266 will allow NH residents to opt out of the requirement to have the power company replace their analog meters with WiFi-enabled ’smart meters’ which can send information back to the power company on customers’ energy use habits and other information via their appliances. The temperature in their homes can also be controlled by [...]
According to NH State Representative L. Mike Kappler of Kingston:
“SB-503, relative to unique pupil identification. In 2004, legislation created a firewall between the data warehouse (non-personally identifying information) and the random number generator (personally identifying information) because of privacy issues and the belief in local control of education. This bill is a step toward centralization [...]