Originally Posted by ghostrider85
Lol, as if McDonalds doesn't have video cameras filming you all the time while you are in there. McDonalds just doesn't want you filming their crap.
As is their right. If you don't like being filmed there, don't eat there or work there.
Also, depending on the state, the whole Google Glass issue may blow up in the face of the Google Glass owners.
For example, in the state of Maryland, you can record the VIDEO of someone without their consent, but you can NOT record the audio.
Most audio recordings without consent of one or all parties are illegal.
Recording audio is very different from video, there are definite federal and state laws prohibiting surreptitious recording and monitoring of audio conversations. These laws are taken very seriously by authorities and failure to abide by them could result in severe consequences.
There are two types of defined recording situations for audio recording. They are usually referred to as "One Party Consent" and "Two Party Consent".
"Two Party Consent" means the person recording the conversation must notify all of the other parties that the recording is taking place and they must consent to the recording.
States with "Two party Consent" for audio recording
California - Two Party
Connecticut - Two Party
Delaware - Two Party
Florida - Two Party
Hawaii - Two Party
Illinois - Two Party
Kansas - Two Party
Maryland - Two Party
Massachusetts - Two Party
Michigan - Two Party
Montana - Two Party
Nevada - Two Party
New Hampshire - Two Party
Pennsylvania - Two Party
Utah - Two Party
Washington - Two Party