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In a letter addressed to Google CEO Larry Page, 10 privacy authorities from across the globe have asked Google a series of questions to address ongoing privacy concerns over Google Glass.Privacy Groups Challenge Google Over Google Glass [zdnet.com]
"We are aware that these questions relate to issues that fall squarely within our purview as data protection commissioners, as well as to other broader, ethical issues that arise from wearable computing," they said. "Nevertheless, we feel it is important for us to raise all of these concerns.
"We would be very interested in hearing about the privacy implications of this new product, and the steps you are taking to ensure that as you move forward with Google Glass, individuals' privacy rights are respected around the world."