Bipartisan House group fears privacy loss from Google Glass

05/17/2013 | Hill, The · Computerworld · All Things D

Members of the Congressional Bi-partisan Privacy Caucus wrote to Google CEO Larry Page on Thursday asking for answers on eight questions related to potential privacy issues with Google Glass. In a letter signed by four Republicans and four Democrats, the group voiced its concerns about the ability of Glass users to obtain private data about people they see on the street. Google Glass product director Steve Lee tried to deflect the issue, telling a developers conference that "[f]rom the beginning, the social implications … of Glass, of people wearing Glass, has been at the top of our mind."

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