> But it's connected to public network.
I can buy kitchen knife and then I can kill someone with it. Is this a valid reason to enforce people to stop using kitchen knives? Or maybe it is a valid reason to jail everyone "by default" and only sometimes release for short time? No?! Same goes here.
I am agree to receive certain punishment if I got actually infected as the result and some harm was done to others. Just like I am agree to get punished if I'm killed someone. That's necessary to enforce security.
But I will never agree to get jailed and forbidden to use even kitchen knives "for my own security" and without any other reasons - I will simply consider this as a slavery. I do not need security at price of my freedom since then I will be neither secure nor free. How can I feel secure if I can't even trust to my OS which does something against my wishes? And how can I feel myself free if my freedom of choice is taken away?