The trend can only be recognized if one actually reads the Terms and Conditions of the increasingly smart things, and puts in place very comprehensive and technically complex monitoring regime. The goal of this monitoring would be to establish the answer to the question: "Who is controlling my Things?"
But who has the time to do that?
Imagine that a Samsung employee, with his own ke,y let himself into your home and proceeded to alter the settings of your new television, deleting your favorite applications.
How would you feel?
Know that he is apparently totally in his rights to do this, albeit virtually, for you accepted the Terms and Conditions.
Though I still have not established what part of the Terms and Conditions gave Samsung the right to delete Google Maps from MY television?
What should we do to the address this issue?