Perhaps one of the most controversial offerings in the emerging wearable device craze, Google Glass has been either praised or scorned since its earliest days. As Google carefully integrates Glass publicly, its Explorer community recently helped compile the “dos” and “don'ts” for wearing Google Glass in public. In a recent case, a woman wearing Glass was attacked in a California bar, showing one of many social fault lines that are coming to light in the era of wearable computers. In this Privacy Perspectives post, Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, shares Google Explorers’ advice and looks at what wearable technology means for our changing social norms and the potential solutions for businesses looking to enter the wearables market.
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