Concerns of user privacy and Google Glass seem to go hand in hand and the time for debate is now
Congressman Barton is disappointed, as he feels this doesn't address the way the new technology can affect the "social norms" as it changes the ways users interact with the public.
We're not sure how things need to change to protect users of Google Glass, but we do know that now is the time to hash it all out. With wearable computing becoming a reality in the very near future, these concerns and others will need to be addressed by the people on both sides of the issue.
Follow the source link for a PDF download of Google's four page letter to congress, and click here to read their existing privacy policies.
Source: Marketing Land