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Google Says, Don’t Be A Glasshole

February 20, 2014

Google Glass hasn’t exactly had the easiest time convincing people their privacy is secure. Since the groundbreaking product came out, Google has had a hard time getting people to trust that they’re not being recorded without their consent. In some instances, wearers were being asked to leave public places if they refused to take them off. However, in an attempt to smooth the path for the headset to become more widely accepted and understood, rather than perceived as a threat to privacy, Google has created a list of Do’s and Don’ts for wearers to follow. Probably the most important tip for what not to do when wearing Google Glass? Don’t become a Glasshole by being creepy or rude. It won’t get people excited about Google Glass and will ruin it for future explorers.

[ Read the Article: Google Etiquette Guide Shows People How Not To Be ‘Glassholes’ ]



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