Google CEO: people won’t ‘collapse in terror’ when someone uses Glass in a bathroom


Google CEO Larry Page has again moved to reassure consumers over the privacy implications of Google Glass. Speaking at the company’s annual shareholder meeting, Page told investors that privacy fears will fade as people begin to integrate wearable technology into their lives, noting “it is not that big a concern.” Comparing Glass use to taking a photo or video on a smartphone, the Google chief said “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.”

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