There is a new app that would give anyone access to facial recognition software. Use Google Glasses to look at someone, whereupon you will then tap into that person’s online profiles, social media networks, relationship status, arrest records, and whatever else is online. Right now, Google is not allowing this app for use on its glasses, but the potential is there and the software can potentially be used on other devices.
This is being called “The End of Privacy.” The app seems to have been written for guys in bars trying to pick up women.
Again, I ask, if it would be wrong for the government to violate people’s privacy like this, why is it OK for corporate America or individuals wearing geeky-looking glasses to violate people’s privacy?