Google has responded to privacy concerns by promising not to allow developers to build facial-recognition applications into its Google Glass eyewear, the Internet company said Friday in a blog post. But Google's ban might turn out to be a temporary move: The company said that it will develop a set of firm privacy guidelines on such recognition apps before allowing developers to proceed.
Google bans facial recognition apps -- at least initially
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