The Closer Google Glass Gets, the More Ethical Dilemmas Appear

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Anyone can be wearing a camera on their lapel right now, Paul. Horse has departed. Play with stable door all you like.
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Close your bold tag, moron. I was on the edge with Paul Constant for a long time, but I've been swayed to believing that he's a useless writer. Index Media would be better served by hiring a classroom full of third-graders to write blogposts instead of this supposed 'writer'.
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"What if those glasses are prescription strength, and the critic is unable to see the movie without them?"

Perhaps the critic should have a back-up pair of normal glasses.
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My expectation in public is always that nobody is looking at me, noticing me, recording me, or remembering me. I demand total privacy on the bus! I also assume everybody I talk to is paying 100% attention to me. No?
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I want Google Glass because smartphones, tablets, and laptops aren't portable enough, nor are they easy enough to navigate. And because i want to view an even smaller screen that's much less manipulable. Plus, saying it is fun -- Google Glass, Google Glass, Google Glass...
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GUESS MY WORK HERE IS DONE...
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I mean, if we're going to be recorded all the time by drones, it might be helpful to have an easily accessible version available to contradict what various government agencies say they've recorded but won't show us the tapes of.
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When I first learned about Google Glass, just for fun I designed a button in my Zazzle shop that one can wear if you are wearing those "camera glasses". That button says "Camera Is On" in simulated Google colors.