Wednesday July 15, 2020

Google Glass faces scrutiny from privacy watchdogs globally

Google was asked by global data protection regulators to explain how it will protect the privacy of people viewed by users of the company’s Web-enabled eyeglasses.

18th June, 2013
Google founder Sergei Brin model's Google Glass.

Google was asked by global data protection regulators to explain how it will protect the privacy of people viewed by users of the company’s Web-enabled eyeglasses.

Google’s Glass - a wearable computer in use by a limited number of testers, which can take pictures and videos and share information via the Internet - poses potential concerns that need to be discussed with regulators, watchdogs from the European Union, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand...

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