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Encounter someone wearing Google Glass and you might be asking, "Is that person recording video of me? Will he or she take a picture of me while I’m stuffing a bagel in my mouth and then post it on Facebook minutes later?"
Right now, it is considered rude to start recording someone with a smartphone when you walk up to them. How can that apply to Google Glass if the camera is always pointing forward and ready to shoot? If you own a pair, will it be polite to take them off whenever you approach someone? Or will it be appropriate to ask someone to take their headset off before you start a conversation?
Google’s latest device may well mean new rules of social conduct for a new technological age.
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