and you put zero strain on the grid - in fact you help baseload stay up when demand is low - and with time of use pricing, the price you pay is great too. beats every other routine charging scenario hands down.
The internet has been phenomenally successful. Will those who seek more power over it have the intelligence and self restraint to not mess it up? Questionable. Apply the changes that are and will be needed from time-to-time outside the engine room.
I'm interested in the field so got one of the early units. Found it to be not all that useful. As one example, could not understand 'when is high tide?', no matter how much I tried to train it. You've given me some ideas, so I'll give it another go.
Bottom line: this paper says WhatsApp does what it needs to do. I switched to WhatsApp and Line when a WeChat update (WeChat is used by all my Chinese friends and colleagues) required access to heart data from my wearable. At least it asked permission. I said no.