Americans Refusing Google Glass Over Privacy?


It’s early to tell if that will be the case. But Google does have a lot of work to do to ease privacy concerns of everyday citizens. A recent poll, conducted by market-research firm Toluna, suggests that 72% of Americans have privacy concerns when it comes to Google Glass. Many of them are worried about hackers getting access to their personal information.

While it is encouraging to see folks caring about their privacy, it is hard to judge Google Glass when you don’t own the device or have not used it. Google Glass has not been made available to everyone, so it’s hard to judge how it will be perceived. Google does have its work cut out for it to make Google Glass acceptable to the average consumer.


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