Kelly Fiveash reports:
Google’s creepy Glass wearable could breach Britain’s Data Protection law, the Information Commissioner’s office has warned.
The ad giant began flogging the device in Blighty this week for £1,000 a pop.
That move prompted the country’s data watchdog to outline the “privacy implications of wearable technology” in a blog post penned by the ICO’s senior tech officer Andrew Paterson.
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