What Google Glass Reveals About Privacy Fears May 252013 May 25, 2013 Posted by Dissent Business, Misc, Surveillance Larry Downes shares his thoughts on Bloomberg about how Google has – and has not – responded to privacy concerns about Google Glass. Related Posts:Congress demands answers from Google over Glass…Google bans this, Google bans that….Privacy officials from 6 countries request details…Spyware app turns the privacy tables on Google Glass wearersFor Sale Soon: The World’s First Google Glass Detector One Response to “What Google Glass Reveals About Privacy Fears” Anonymous says: May 26, 2013 at 10:42 am Theres the two pronged fear here. 1. It enables never before seen insight into the wearers personal life, as well as that of others, you are no longer limited to explaining what you saw when you basically have a CCTV on your glasses. 2. The fear of big bad Google itself, it is no accident that their Google maps cars were caught snooping on peoples Wi-Fi traffic, they are also one of the biggest ad marketing companies out there, if you ain’t worried yet, then there’s something mentally wrong with you. Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.