Hey folks… I don’t want to be a buzzkill here, but in many of my past day jobs, I have been responsible for ensuring that no one could do bad things with the software systems that I developed.
One thing has occurred to me a few times as I get my feet wet in the world of cloud-connected micro controllers: it seems like it would be really easy to do terrible things at a distance with these devices. With the combination of sensors and digital control outputs, well, the prospect just seems scary.
I’m sure the Spark founders have thought of this, but are there any kind of mitigation factors in place to prevent people from doing bad things with Sparks? Or deterrents such as accountability if something bad was done with a Spark?