Another Update from a 30 July 2015 Documented Posting in reference to the Hijacking of the 901/903 S. Catalina Building Time Warner Cable Modem & WiFi Router.
I realize that at times, as an Asian female, sounded a bit racist against the South Korean Perps, while residing in Koreatown, Los Angeles, CA - but I was ALWAYS identifying the ISSUES of Korea/US Collusion, Collaboration's, and Cover-Ups, be they Government, Corporate, Academia, all the way to boots on the ground recruitment and training of both Employees' within, and the Civilian Population - in terms of Advanced, and Advancements in Technologies, and Bio-Technologies being Field Tested, Calibrated, and Programmed at the expense of my private living life.
The following article will explain, "Smart Cities", and Songdo, South Korea using Cisco Systems as the BRAIN for that Smart City, and my You Tube Video will show, how on 30 July 2014 - the Entire Building was Hijacked and Taken Over by a CISCO Guest Server - and No one in the Building was able to Access the designated Time/Warner Cable Modem or WiFi Router. I decided to document the events because there was a DIRECT LINK in terms of HOW, my cyber and electronic capabilities continued then, as they are NOW to be CRIMINALLY, ILLEGALLY and WITHOUT LEGAL JUSTIFICATION and WARRANT constantly UNDER DIRECT ATTACK - so OUTSIDE 3RD PARTIES could PERFECT their Criminal Capabilities.
Smart cities are loosely defined as urban centers that rely on digital technology to enhance efficiency and reduce resource consumption. This happens by means of ubiquitous wireless broadband, citywide networks of computerized sensors that measure human activities (from traffic to electricity use), and mass data collection that analyzes these patterns. Many American cities, including New York, Boston and Chicago, already make use of smart technologies. But far more radical advances are happening overseas. Masdar, in Abu Dhabi, and Songdo, in South Korea, will be the first fully functioning  smart cities, in which everything from security to electricity to parking is monitored by sensors and controlled by a central city “brain.”
The surveillance implications of these sorts of mass data-generating civic projects are unnerving, to say the least. Urban designer and author Adam Greenfield wrote  on his blog Speedbird that this centralized governing model is “disturbingly consonant with the exercise of authoritarianism.” To further complicate matters, the vast majority of smart-city technology is designed by IT-systems giants like IBM and Siemens. In places like Songdo, which was the brainchild  of Cisco Systems, corporate entities become responsible for designing and maintaining the basic functions of urban life.