Google Glass Stirs Up Privacy Debate in D.C.

Google says it's still too early

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Several stories are popping up on news sites stirring up privacy panic over Google Glass, a sort of wearable smartphone. While the glasses look relatively unassuming on the user and won't be out for several months, a lot of people are beginning to worry about whether Google will be able to track where you are, what you're looking at, what pictures you're taking and what you're recording, in addition to all the usual information that Google tracks (or shares) across smartphones, websites and email.

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