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In April, when word of Google Glass emerged (before the demo showed us exactly how easy, effective and hi-fi using the accessory actually could be), an ominous thread began on the official forum of the International Private Investigators Union. “Undercover Surveillance Just Got Easier,” it declared, “with the New Google Glasses.”
Originally posted by Anonymous404
The article claims it could be easier to report crimes, but it will also make you easier to triangulate.
Originally posted by Mapkar
reply to post by CoolerAbdullah786
Not only that, but I'm curious as to how the wireless radio will function in these little doodads. If it's as internet intensive as it appears to be, I'm curious as to how the RF exposure will affect neural activity and such. Even low power exposure could pose a hazard overtime. It brings into question what the maximum permissible exposure limits are for the frequency they use, and how they handle them.
Chevette, on a whim, steals a pair of dark-rimmed glasses from a man at a party because she is offended by his demeanor. Soon after, she realizes that the glasses have unlikely importance, as security company henchmen begin tracking and following her. Among the pursuers are Svobodov and Orlovsky, two Russian immigrants who reside in San Francisco and are employed as cops, as well as Loveless, a ruthless corporate hitman with gold incisors. The glasses contain plans by a powerful corporation to rebuild San Francisco entirely using nanotechnology, and for that reason, they are highly coveted and present a danger to the person who possesses them.