Google has no intention of changing their privacy policies because of Google Glass
A few months ago, the U.S. Congress made â€‹â€‹some queries to Google about a possible adjustment to their Privacy policies for the launch of Google Glass . But Google’s response was negative, if not by now do not intend to change anything related to these policies.
Joe Barton, Congressman and member of the group is reviewing the issue, said he was disappointed by the responses received by Google. “Some questions were not answered properly and others have not responded,” claims Barton. The congressman added that Glass has the potential to “change the way people communicate and interact”, and it is therefore important to protect the rights of people and devices like Glass grant them adequate privacy.
As Google prepares to launch mass of his glasses, the issue remains-and will-to the fore. Other countries have already expressed some concern about it , so it seems unlikely that Google go ahead as if nothing happened. Although the case of a giant like Google, everything can be.
- Google’s Glass response disappoints Congressman Joe Barton (The Inquirer)