Conn. AG Wants Meeting With Google On Glass Privacy Worries

Law360, New York (June 5, 2013, 4:10 PM EDT) -- Connecticut's attorney general on Wednesday said he has requested a sit-down with Google Inc. to discuss privacy concerns stemming from its new hands-free wearable computer, Google Glass.

In a letter sent Monday to Google CEO Larry Page, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen said that although Glass isn’t yet publicly available, the time is ripe to discuss the product’s privacy implications for users and nonusers.

“Despite mounting concern among privacy advocates, there is very little available information regarding the types of data that will be collected through...
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