Google Glass concerns

Larry Page, CEO of Google, will receive a letter from national data protection authorities asking him to answer questions about Google Glass, the internet-connected glasses currently in beta testing but not yet available to the general public. Data protection authorities are disappointed that Google has not spoken to them during the development of the product. The letter asks what data Google intends to collect, who it will be shared with, whether risk assessments have been carried out, what will be the privacy safeguards and how will social and ethical issues be addressed.

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