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I don't get it.. Why would anyone plug their TV into the internet anyway? I would no more plug my TV then I would plug my refrigerator.
Appliances are appliances, and I build the systems that are connected to the internet myself.
I would never plug a TV into the internet. I don't even plug my Xbox in unless it insists on a firmware upgrade. I think I plugged my LG blu-ray player once.
Systems that I build from reliable vendors get plugged into the internet.
The thing that worries me the most about storing files in "the cloud" is what will happen when there is a critical mass of people who have GBs of things they want on other people's servers. What a wonderful profit stream to charge people for the transaction of withdrawing a copy of the thing you want, much as the banks do for currency today.