Larry Page Thinks People Are Exagerating Google Glass Privacy Issues

He thinks the device should be seen just like any other tech equipment

  Larry Page isn't that concerned over Glass privacy issues
Google Glass privacy concerns are nothing new and they’ve been around ever since the company announced the new device.

Google Glass privacy concerns are nothing new and they’ve been around ever since the company announced the new device.

However, Larry Page shrugs such concerns and says that the Google Glass should be seen just like any other device that has the capacity to take your photo, Android Community, reports.

One location where people were particularly nervous about Glass, namely public restrooms.

“You don’t collapse in terror that someone might be using Glass in the bathroom just the same as you don’t collapse in terror when someone comes in with a smartphone that might take a picture,” Page declared.

Thus, Page basically says that people worry about all sorts of things that shouldn’t be that concerned about.

Even a Google investor was of the opinion that the Glass is a “voyeur’s dream come true.”

Ironically, however, Google banned the device, as well as smartphones and any kind of recording device in their shareholder meetings.

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