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Lecturer: There are many benefits to connecting everyday objects like cars and home appliances to the internet to enable their owners to manage them remotely. But beware of doing so! With the rising number and variety of devices connected to it, the internet is becoming more complex and, consequently, more prone to security breaches by hackers. The consequences of a security breach are much graver with an internet-connected car or home appliance than with an internet-connected computer and might even include a risk to the life of the owner of these objects.
Which one of the following most accurately expresses the main conclusion of the lecturer's argument?