Lambda Labs API for Google Glass may raise privacy hackles

05/23/2013 | TechCrunch

Lambda Labs is offering an application programming interface to developers who want to add facial recognition to their Google Glass app. The API is a variation on one that is currently in use by 1,000 developers already. Some of the tricks intended -- such as the ability to spot a friend in a crowd -- may inspire the ire of the "privacy caucus," co-founder Stephen Balaban says, but do not violate Google's terms of service.

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