Google Glass

From Rod Rees:

An interesting article in this week’s The Economist’s entitled ‘Ubiquitous Cameras’ discusses the implications of the widespread use of Google’s Glass headset.

Google Glass is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display that can also take pictures. Now most of the debate about Glass has centred around ‘oh, won’t it be terrible all these Glass-equipped people going around taking surreptitious photographs of us and invading our privacy’, this countered by the inevitable ‘if people don’t want their business archived in a photo, don’t do guilty things in public’.

Read the article here.

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