Technology is amazing. Augmented reality glasses (“Google Glass”, as the far-reaching internet giant refers to it) has a lot going on: built-in camera, microphone, video camera, internet access and cloud storage. The one thing it’s missing: privacy.
Video of cool application below.
Recent article from technology report, Claire Connelly, at news.com.au, listed some concerns about the implications of the technology to our privacy.
According to Google’s terms of service, this information may not be yours for long – the tech giant could potentially own these parts of your everyday life and use them how it likes.
What does this mean to you and me? Read the entire article here.
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