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"That experience should have told Google that being mysterious like this tends not to build public confidence," Glancy said.
Privacy advocate Jamie Court, president of Consumer Watchdog, said it is ironic that the company that wants to open the world’s information to everyone "so zealously guards its own corporate secrecy."
"The barge is a perfect metaphor for a company that likes to ask forgiveness for its transgressions rather than permission," he said. "It’s also a symbol of how far from mainland values the company is going with Glass and its privacy problems."
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