What about the employees and contractors of PEPCO like the ones below? Do we really want them knowing when we are not home or what appliances we are using and when? What about single women? Should PEPCO employees have the power to monitor single women of their choosing?
Should PEPCO employees and contractors have the right to ping a meter whenever they want? What if they don't like somebody and decide to set up a continuous ping test. Nothing like being able to dose anybody you want with continuous rfr at the flick of a switch.
http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/looselips/files/2011/09/Royster-Complaint.pdf (allegations of discrimination, retaliation, sexual misconduct)
http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2012/01/19/pepco-csc-named-in-report-as-companies.html (PEPCO Makes Dirty Thirty List)