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post #11 of 17

Could've strapped a GoPro to their head tho

 

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Originally Posted by lacrossewacker View Post

Now I can take pictures of people and things without them knowing rather than awkwardly try to conceal my phone...

lol that can get kind of creepy.


Main thing though, I went to this local bakery, a complete hole in the wall, to get my mom some pies for her birthday. I wanted to take a picture of this place so bad since it was just a quaint modest little place right off the main street. My pictures from my SG4 turned out like crap though because I was trying to do it all secretly and didn't' want them to see me just standing there blatantly snapping imagines..

I thought to myself that day (august 12th), "sure would've been simple if my glasses would just record everything I'm looking at..."

 

Or you could've just been a open about and just asked if it was okay...

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Originally Posted by Lagpirate View Post

The way that I look at it is this: In today's world, anywhere you go whether it be the bank, the grocery store, gas station, baseball game, ect... You are on camera. As soon as one steps into "public" space, there is no privacy. It's been this way for a long time, people are only just starting to realize that we only have the illusion of privacy. Even In private space, the NSA is gathering data on you and has been for a long time. I think google glass is the least of our problems.

Your stance on the whole thing does not permeate through your answer. Are you saying this is a good thing, a bad thing or are you simply limiting yourself to a personal observation which may or may not be actual truth?
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Your stance on the whole thing does not permeate through your answer. Are you saying this is a good thing, a bad thing or are you simply limiting yourself to a personal observation which may or may not be actual truth?

Well, actually -- If you've followed the NSA "thing" up till now, we've basically been able to verify that server farms do exist...That data is processed into meta-data and stored at a binary-based level and that they essentially have 100% back-end access to practically every email carrier in the nation. - This isn't including social media which, considering Facebook is practically in their pocket...I digress.

So basically what he's saying is fairly simple: Since your life is under observation in your own home, anyway, venturing forth into the world where, the observation of you is public and on a larger scale, (traffic cams, corner cams, atm cams, etc etc etc) the live streaming of Google glass really is nothing to worry about.

To which, I concur...Considering the NSA acknowledged there's no need to gather a warrant to see if you used an ATM on 7th and broadway anymore. thumb.gif
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Considering the NSA acknowledged there's no need to gather a warrant to see if you used an ATM on 7th and broadway anymore. thumb.gif

They could know if you used any form of card payment or transaction and where already. They don't have to live stream video to do that. wink.gif
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To which, I concur...Considering the NSA acknowledged there's no need to gather a warrant to see if you used an ATM on 7th and broadway anymore. thumb.gif

Never needed one to begin with. You could just find a cafe and sit there watching while enjoying a coffee.
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Never needed one to begin with. You could just find a cafe and sit there watching while enjoying a coffee.

I meant via the ATM. IE, Bank of America...Considering that's the most widely used ATM in the city but, alas, you are correct -- Could just as easily sit in the cafe.
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I meant via the ATM. IE, Bank of America...Considering that's the most widely used ATM in the city but, alas, you are correct -- Could just as easily sit in the cafe.

Some malls have really bad layouts, where they put the ATM right below the escalator and to the side (where the a is).
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Thanks to spacing between the escalator side and the actual 2nd level, it's ridiculously easy to look down and observe ATM PINs...
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