Where have the harmless and fun Nabaztag bunnies gone? The Internet of Things, born ten years ago in SCADA and home automation, has found its ideal terrain thanks to the phenomenon of smartphones, and has in the wearable computing its most advanced expression. Experts of privacy and civil rights have become concerned late in the day why nowadays nobody finds it strange to live surrounded by smart objects connected to the Internet that literally devour personal data in a quantity unimaginable only a few years ago. The session will examine the current situation, and a strategy of damage limitation (that should be taught in elementary schools) to escape at least partially from the control and go back to being invisible, as far as is possible, even in the Internet of Things.