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.
This article was posted: Sunday, March 17, 2013 at 7:34 am