Google Glass and Privacy

Photo taken by tedeytan via Flickr
Photo taken by tedeytan via Flickr

As published on Examiner.

I remember when cellphones first started coming out with cameras built in them. People were excited to snap photos with their flip phones and look and transfer their low quality images to other devices with removable storage cards. Talk about lack of privacy became apparent when stories about unwanted locker room portraits graced the news, and cellphones with cameras were banned in some more secluded areas, and people had the option to turn their devices off. However, today with the introduction of the wearable product, Google Glass, concerns about hiding from the camera is more apparent. How can you enforce privacy when the camera may be always on? Continue reading “Google Glass and Privacy”

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