Microsoft employee attempts to clear up confusion around IoT

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    IoT should be banned, until the "powers that be" eliminate all malware and hackers from the standard Internet.

    At the very least, life-destroying fines should be levied against the BoD of IoT companies that have their products hacked.
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    lehnerus2000 said:
    IoT should be banned, until the "powers that be" eliminate all malware and hackers from the standard Internet.

    At the very least, life-destroying fines should be levied against the BoD of IoT companies that have their products hacked.
    Good luck with that. Sometimes the "powers that be" are the hackers.
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    alphanumeric said:
    Good luck with that. Sometimes the "powers that be" are the hackers.
    Indeed.

    The "Acronym Agencies" are probably lobbying politicians to make it mandatory for all IoT products to have "Swiss Cheese" security.
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