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  • bogdan
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    This is a general gripe I have with the idea of "internet of things". Sure, we can tie everything to computers and the internet now, but do we really want to? Is this really needed? No, and it shouldn't be.

    In my opinion, although this would create a precedent and is something very much up for debate, there should be two kinds of internet. One that we know and cherish where anyone is able to roam anonymously, and an internet with high security where one can only log with his ID information and every single action he performs is tracked and readily available to anyone, anywhere, at any time. This latter internet could be used for voting and connecting electronic devices to it.