Why are people freaking out about people taking photos with Google Glass?
jhotz 1 year ago
Apparently a bunch of Congressmen just sent Google a set of questions to be answered about how they protect people's privacy vis a vis Google Glass. Good to know they are addressing serious issues in Washington. What is it about Glass that has so many people freaked out? Pretty much everyone carries around a camera if they have a smartphone, and it isn't as if you wouldn't notice someone wearing Glass around. Do you think these privacy concerns are legit, or is this just a good old fashioned, neo-luddite freak out?
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