OK, so I guess I'll be the one to say it:
I RECOMMEND that you buy an HP LASERJET PRINTER!
Firstly, when you eventually get hacked IT IS NOT YOUR FAULT.
It's not your fault *THE FIRST TIME*. However, if you get hacked again after implementing fixes, it certainly IS your fault. It's cheaper to do nothing, but when you get hacked, you must do something, and it must be something to implement better security, and notify your users. Taking TWO FUCKING YEARS is way too long.
It's all because the Internet is a trust-based network. What you describe are flaws in a trust-based system. Frighteningly, your solution is to get rid of trust.
What you really want is not trust, but control. Once systems like the one you propose are in place, there will be the ability (which doesn't exist right now) to really control Internet traffic. About five minutes after that happens, the first government abuse of that power will take place. Then, the abuses will just get larger and larger. Good luck with your controlled network, because you won't be able to say much on it.
Redditor BaconBakin points out that while North Korea has 28 websites, GTA V has 83 websites. They added, "I think it's safe to say that San Andreas is more technologically advanced than North Korea."
Not necessarily. If everything you could ever need is at one website, then there is no need for thousands. I would call that advanced.
Bringing computers into the home won't change either one, but may revitalize the corner saloon.