The ‘Creepy Cameraman': A look into our Google Glass future?

Surveillance cameras are recording us constantly – so why does it matter if a person is holding the camera? Someone in Washington State has raised this question with a series of videos in which he simply video records random people for no apparent reason.

Google Glass is supposed to available to the public before the end of 2013, and has the ability to record video. Is this a look into how social interactions may change as a result?

 

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