Google Tells Congress: We’re Not Changing Our Privacy Policy For Google Glass

Marketing Land: Google says it has no plans to change its company-wide privacy policy for the eventual public launch of Google Glass.

That’s one of the discoveries in a four-page letter dated June 7th that Google sent to Congressman Joe Barton, co-chair of the bipartisan Congressional Privacy Caucus — the group that sent Google a letter back in May with numerous questions about privacy and Google Glass.

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In2iti0n3038d ago

I am not sure why is such a big fuss around the glass. It will be just like any other technology. It will became invisible at some point. Google is definitely not the first one to think and develop something like this.

Nucky3038d ago

But they are the first ones to make so much fuss about it.

blacktiger3037d ago (Edited 3037d ago )

How bout you stop abusing with NSA, and fix it before you start running your mouth like you care!!!!!

And then, only then citizen will agree to make Google listen to your crap!
What is it? You want to snoop on that too, and yet you want that to change policy?

Sigh* Congress?!