The next generation of post-

incandescent and post-HP

sodium lights are currently

giving way to much more

energy-efficient and digitally-

compatible LED systems,

which will eventually be

lighting up our city streets

and country roads.

These LEDs are connected to

an Internet-like network,

which with the easy add-ons,

of chemical sensors and cameras

that provide license plate-, facial-

and gait recognition technologies –

and all of which, when fed into

the proposed cloud-based

SmartGrid "Internet of things,"

that is currently being railroaded

through our legal systems, will

make virtually every moment of

any individual’s life a matter of

public record.

CBS’s Bill Whittaker discusses

both the advantages in overall

efficiency and the complete

invasion of privacy that is now

underway and how this technology

is leagues ahead of any proper


(Video: about 4 minutes):

Smart Lights: New LEDs Allow NSA to Spy

on Your Every Movement

– Alexandra