June 19, 2013
The new Google Glass technology is raising privacy concerns around the world, prompting privacy officials in six countries to write to Google for more details about the high-tech specs.
While Google Glass‘ capabilities are largely limited at this point, privacy and security are two of the major concerns for the device. Users could seemingly videotape or photograph others without their knowledge, leading to bans by bars and casinos.
“We are aware that these questions relate to issues that fall squarely within our purview as data protection commissioners, as well as to other broader, ethical issues that arise from wearable computing,” the officials wrote. “Nevertheless, we feel it is important for us to raise all of these concerns.”
This article was posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 10:52 am