Technology: Warning, wearing Google Glass may cause legal headaches (Part 2)

Examining the top concerns that come with the new technology

In a few months, the world will enter a new age of “wearable technology” when Google Glass goes on sale to the general public for the first time. And some– like the bloggers at stop the cyborgs.com– fear that things may never be the same. This innovation promises countless benefits (as discussed in part one). However, there are also growing concerns that Google Glass may pose a threat to privacy, security, intellectual property and public safety if used irresponsibly … or nefariously!

Concern #1: Sense of privacy

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John F. O'Rourke

John F. O'Rourke is a registered patent attorney and inventor at WHGC, P.L.C. He has nearly 40 years of overall experience in the applied...

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Patrick Soon

Patrick Soon is an attorney at WHGC, P.L.C. whose practice focuses on intellectual property. Outside of his work at WHGC, Mr. Soon volunteers for...

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