I agree the that anything online has a life of its own. If you wouldn't scream it from the mountain tops don't send it post it or comment it. Erasing a digital life is impossible. Another case of teacher whose digital life came back to haunt her was published today in CA, it cost her the teaching job she had. When will people learn?
The Interop IoT Summit highlighted why it's time to break our image of the Internet of Things into multiple small chunks, so we don't confuse consumer IoT with what goes on at industrial sites and in the commercial world.
It's time to start asking ourselves questions about the role of technology -- particularly intelligent machines like robots -- in our lives and our jobs, including how we can evaluate the performance of our machines.