36 U.S. Cities to Get Everynet Internet of Things (IoT) Despite Warnings about Privacy, Security, and Other Risks

By B.N. Frank

Warnings about 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) technology are nothing new (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).  Nevertheless, 36 U.S. cities will “go live” with Everynet’s IoT network by the end of the year.

From Fierce Wireless:

Crown Castle enables Everynet’s national IoT network

Everynet, which bills itself as the world’s largest operator for national LoRaWAN networks, announced its plans for launching a LoRaWAN IoT network in the U.S.

Everynet is using Crown Castle’s tower assets, initially targeting the top 36 metropolitan areas and key corridors across the U.S. It’s expected to go live by the end of 2021.

One of the operative words used to describe the new offering is “carrier grade,” and yes, it will be competing with the IoT networks offered by wireless carriers in the U.S. In fact, wireless carriers could even become customers of Everynet, which expects to serve mobile network operators, MVNOs and ISPs….

Formed in 2014, Everynet already has experience establishing LoRaWAN IoT networks in other regions, including Brazil, Indonesia, Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland and Iceland….

Of course, Everynet can step in where some of the cellular 2G and 3G networks are stepping back. Like a lot of IoT solutions, it sees an opportunity to fill in where cellular operators are switching off old networks to make way for newer generations. Estimates vary, but by some accounts, 70 million devices are out there and in need of homes….

With Crown Castle, Everynet struck a 15-year commitment, ensuring LoRaWAN customers can monetize IoT deployments like smart sensors and monitoring tools.

Read full article

Grassroots organization, Whatis5G.Info, has identified 9 ways that 5G and IoT will harm humans, the environment, and Earth:

  • Health – The robust and growing independent science shows harms to our health from microwave radiation
  • Privacy – The invasion of our privacy from the collection and mining of our digital data
  • Cyber Security -The fast growing and devastating cyber security risks
  • Environment – The harms to wildlife, particularly bees, butterflies and other pollinators
  • Energy – The huge energy consumption to produce and power a wireless Internet of Things
  • Brains and Humanity – The effects on our brains and humanity from humans increasingly inhabiting the cyber world
  • E-Waste – The astronomical e-waste that will be generated from connecting virtually every “thing” to the Internet
  • Conflict Minerals – 5G and the IoT will vastly grow our dependence on conflict minerals, which have brought about the death of close to 6 million people
  • Ethics — Ethical issues arising from the IoT.  New human rights laws are being being considered; how should humans relate to robots and AI?  The blurring of what was once a clear delineation between technology and humans

Bummer, right?

Activist Post reports regularly about 5G, IoT, and other unsafe technology.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites:

Become a Patron!
Or support us at SubscribeStar
Donate cryptocurrency HERE

Subscribe to Activist Post for truth, peace, and freedom news. Follow us on Telegram, SoMee, HIVE, Flote, Minds, MeWe, Twitter, Gab, Ruqqus and What Really Happened.

Provide, Protect and Profit from what’s coming! Get a free issue of Counter Markets today.

Activist Post Daily Newsletter

Subscription is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL
Free Report: How To Survive The Job Automation Apocalypse with subscription

Be the first to comment on "36 U.S. Cities to Get Everynet Internet of Things (IoT) Despite Warnings about Privacy, Security, and Other Risks"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.