I think we should all walk into our local McDonalds for a month straight... every day... with our smartphones held up in the air recording video.
Maybe then we'll drive home the point that there are hundreds of mini cameras on the internet just waiting for purchase. And all anyone really needs is their phone, anyways. I think this is just another step in a much larger transition...
If you think about it, our entire society is on the verge of a major transition right now thanks to technology. Privacy... is going away. That's right folks. Get it through your thick skulls that within the next decade.. everything will be out there for everyone to see. There really isn't anything you can do to stop it. This will ultimately make it much easier for governments to track criminal activity so I doubt they object to the transition. But Google Glass is something that caught my attention the moment I first heard about it... and for this very reason. It will cause controversy and people will try to fight it. Just like people, mostly older generations, will try to fight the whole freedom of information movement as a whole.
You can raise hell about it, but look no further than the forum you are currently on. Overclock.net is a community of techies and geeks. It has been all of our money, invested in products and companies, over the years that lead to greater research and development. That R&D has brought us to the modern social media and products like Google Glass. There will be a transition taking form very soon. I suspect it will be younger generations versus old, devious people versus good, minorities versus majorities... but we'll see in time. The point is this. The days of keeping most of the information about yourself to yourself... will no longer be in your hands. We are turning into a very connected, data sharing, society. And that seems to be the way of the future. Share data, better ourselves on a global level by sharing all our data. Even the data about our own personal behavior.
I'm pretty sure someone will be furious that I'm okay with this and blast me in their response. But that's okay. I'm a Star Trek fan and kind of like where things are heading. If you don't, that's your opinion and you're entitled to it.