Modern day commercial megawatt wind turbines are operated by SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition).
Scada is a control system that uses computers and local area network data communications which also includes cell phones and laptops.
Massachusetts officials have put the wind turbine agenda ahead of health, security and property rights.
There is no legislation that regulates communications between wind turbine locations. As the number of turbines increases, there are concerns about SCADA systems being vulnerable to cyber warfare or cyber terrorist attacks.
What if an individual in a foreign country was able to access every wind turbine and shut them down at the same time?
As proof of the ignorance, Massachusetts has a commercial wind turbine agenda that disregards the health and property rights of thousands of citizens and now data access to the turbines.
The further proof shows the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection responsible for protecting the public through state noise regulations helped write "Project Regulatory Agreements " which provided low-cost loans for commercial wind turbines they knew were too loud. The case in point was the Falmouth Wind II turbine generating 110 decibels of noise.
The Falmouth wind turbine, in addition, received ARRA, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funds through the Massachusetts state revolving funds overseen by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
Politicians are ignoring the first United States wind turbine noise complaints received from a dozen families within a two-mile radius of a turbine experiment in Boone, North Carolina during September of 1979. The US Department of Energy and NASA confirmed infrasound from the site in a report in 1987.
The Massachusetts legislature and governor of Massachusetts continue to put the public at risk ignoring wind turbine health concerns, cybersecurity, and private property rights.
What about Maine? What about the rest of the country? Who is watching the store?