Originally Posted by ghostrider85
i totally agree, it's logical to ban it in some business establishments like cinemas, strip clubs, etc. but in a restaurant? what is there to hide? crappy foods?
I would imagine it is in place for the sake of their employee's privacy and customers. They aren't going to hide anything, just respect for their customers and employees.
Originally Posted by MisterFred
Depends on what you consider public. If you are standing on a public road filming (or photographing) a nearby farm or food processing facility, that is illegal in many (most?) farm states.
As for police, that was becoming illegal in many jurisdictions in many parts of the country until the supreme court put a stop to that. It is most assuredly legal to film police. Though if you do it too obviously your phone/whatever is highly likely to be confiscated as 'evidence'.
I don't belive that's the reality. as far as I know, the general law is that as long as you are on public property, whatever you can see is fair game. For example. If I'm on a sidewalk and some chick walks around naked in her house, and I can see it from a public place, it's perfectly legal. And here's the scary thing. This happened:
Here in OR, there was a guy with a camera taking pics up girls skirts. The women were stupid for not wearing underwear. naturally they complained to the police. Police, after learning this happened on public property said "so? We can't do anything. That's public property. You decided to be that way in public. Either be more decent or try to make the law change."
Dirt bag won. But the women are much more decent.
Originally Posted by SectorNine50
Driving with Glass should be fine. Some soldiers have similar displays below their eyes and they go into combat with them on. I believe apache gunners have a HUD that completely covers their right eye as well.
Plus, cars have heads up displays, this should be no different. Certainly safer than looking down at a cell phone.
Looking down isn't the problem. Distraction is. People need to have 100% control of their vehicle 100% of the time. With Glass, they will try to read and drive. BAD IDEA.
Originally Posted by s-x
Next up it will be banned at swimming pools, gyms, spas, schools, government buildings, and more.
While I am not a huge advocate of online privacy, its a bit more concerning when anyone looking at you could be secretly recording you. Yes I know cell phones can record too, but its just making things easier. It would take VERY little extra design and money to change the aluminum frame to a clear polycarbonate, and then implement two LEDs that light up the entire frame, making it obvious to everyone that youre recording. And while it could be bypassed, I dont see any other negatives to my approach.
End-User won't like it. Freaking annoying.