I've seen all of your presentations on the internet. You're the best!! I'm disseminating your information here in Munich. Do you plan to visit Germany for information spreading? Your brilliant presentations opened my eyes to see clearly what is happening in Germany. I also managed to wake up exile-Americans here in Germany.
As for your article, well, the open data platforms on the municipal level are allowed to do what Google, Facebook, Amazon are doing and have done: Spying on you, collecting data and selling your most private data. It's called open data - open government - open society. The European General Data Protection Regulation enables communities, local authorities and municipalities to collect, profile and sell all private data of citizens without their consent or knowing whereas at the same time the GDPR regulates the same activities when committed by small and medium sized businesses. So business is forced to buy our data from the open data platforms of the local authorities.
Here, in Germany, there's the German Sustainability Strategy where they, once more, commit themselves to agenda 21 and agenda 2030 respectively. There a project called "Smarter Together", a part of the project "Horizon 2020". They're doing research and implementing it in the living labs. Vienna, Munich and Lyon are representing "lighthouse smart cities". Then they'll replicate the smart city stuff and sell it to "follower smart cities". Systematically they're packaging, standardising, normalising smart cities around the world, so they can reach global government or a big brother police state step by step.
Folks, please, we must persist in our efforts to fight against agenda 21 / agenda 2030 / sustainability, before it's too late. As Rosa said, everybody should do something, it's better than doing nothing!
Greetings from Munich, Deeply Concerned German