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The Great Wearables Privacy Dilemma

Will slicker new wearables enable helpful technology or just fuel a privacy nightmare?

My first photo taken with Google Glass in June 2013 — from “The Physicality of Glass

The other day tech writer Clive Thompson wrote an excellent piece for this platform entitled “Wearable Computers Should Never Have Cameras.” Thompson’s piece was prompted by news of Facebook’s collab with Ray-Bans — surely an effort to create wearables that…

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Robert A Stribley

Robert A Stribley

Writer. Photographer. UXer. Creative Director. Interests: immigration, privacy, human rights, design. UX: Publicis Groupe. Teach: SVA. Aussie/American. He/him.

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