Daily Mail 
March 17, 2013
Let the opposition begin.
A group of anonymous online protestors are targeting Google and users of the search engine company’s soon-to-be released Google Glass in an attempt to censor the high-tech eyewear and also make a little money in the process.
The group known as Stop The Cyborgs is ‘fighting the algorithmic future one bit at a time,’ according to its website banner.
‘Google Glass banned': A group of anonymous online protestors are targeting Google and users of the search engine site’s soon-to-be-released Google Glass
The site’s founders, who say they are working anonymously to keep Google from spying on them, also say they believe the new Google-manufactured eyewear will promote a world in which ‘privacy is impossible and corporate control total.’
The people behind the anti-cyborg movement say there is no way someone can ever know for sure that another person wearing Google Glass is not recording their every word and movement.
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