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Privacy 'impossible' with Google Glass warn campaigners
« on: March 28, 2013, 08:04:58 AM »
Hey, man, this is a private residence, man!

Google Glass and other augmented reality gadgets risk creating a world in which privacy is impossible, warn campaigners.

The warning comes from a group called "Stop the Cyborgs" that wants limits put on when headsets can be used. It has produced posters so premises can warn wearers that the glasses are banned or recording is not permitted.

Will the Glasses abide? -

Also, mangs..............

Proposed bill would ban Google Glass while driving in West Virginia

While Google envisions wearable computing as a means to cut down on distractions and make technology a more intuitive, natural extension of our daily lives, the debate is already heating up around Glass. First, a bar in Seattle placed a pre-emptive ban on the device due to privacy concerns. Now, lawmakers in West Virginia are mulling a bill that would make it illegal to use Google Glass while driving.

They finally did, killed my Google Glasses! -


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