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Wow, my eyes are ready! biggrin.gif
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That's just utterly amazing. I'm glad; now these skeptic pricks won't be able to do a damn thing about people recording them in public.

are you just a troll or is that a flame bait?
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are you just a troll or is that a flame bait?

He's got another thing coming if he thinks people are just going to tolerate this. Its embarrassing to see just how little this generation cares about privacy. Even as joking, playful trolling, it makes me cringe.
Edited by lombardsoup - 4/17/14 at 6:47pm
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are you just a troll or is that a flame bait?

He's got another thing coming if he thinks people are just going to tolerate this. Its embarrassing to see just how little this generation cares about privacy. Even as joking, playful trolling, it makes me cringe.

If the person can see you with or without these contacts, what difference does it make to your privacy?
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Google is trying really hard to end privacy.
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Google is trying really hard to end privacy.

Along with all of their business competitors, first world nations (the US being the worst offender), etc. I miss the old days when the idea of a surveillance state was relegated to science fiction and promptly laughed at whenever it was mentioned.
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Google is trying really hard to end privacy.

Along with all of their business competitors, first world nations (the US being the worst offender), etc. I miss the old days when the idea of a surveillance state was relegated to science fiction and promptly laughed at whenever it was mentioned.

Some of us weren't laughing.
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If the person can see you with or without these contacts, what difference does it make to your privacy?

yup. your trolling.

As its obviously very different when the front of your eyes are connected to a network of one of the most suspect and untrusted blue chip companies in the world right now at a time when human surveillance turned from a stomach turning joke with 3rd Reich parodies to an almost tangible reality. Furthermore laws are already and wont get much better in favour of the people over the state so no matter how 'world peace' a company is, they can and do have their arm twisted all the time.

Therefore cameras = no privacy. Not just outside which is accepted but with this technology it is Anywhere. From a counselors chair, semi-public shower room to to a family dinner.

the other point is, why do you actually need this? Tech lust is such a sketchy thing to begin with in many ways. Google just don't believe that humans are powerful enough on their own merits, they believe the 'android' is better. That is just such a Sociopathic viewpoint albeit scaled out a massive amount. I think im about to join the growing ranks of people who have a healthy mistrust google.
Edited by Pip Boy - 4/18/14 at 1:01am
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Now if only it could be recharged by blinking...

Imagine your are driving on a highway and you are low on battery. LOL.
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If the person can see you with or without these contacts, what difference does it make to your privacy?

yup. your trolling.

As its obviously very different when the front of your eyes are connected to a network of one of the most suspect and untrusted blue chip companies in the world right now at a time when human surveillance turned from a stomach turning joke with 3rd Reich parodies to an almost tangible reality. Furthermore laws are already and wont get much better in favour of the people over the state so no matter how 'world peace' a company is, they can and do have their arm twisted all the time.

Therefore cameras = no privacy. Not just outside which is accepted but with this technology it is Anywhere. From a counselors chair, semi-public shower room to to a family dinner.

the other point is, why do you actually need this? Tech lust is such a sketchy thing to begin with in many ways. Google just don't believe that humans are powerful enough on their own merits, they believe the 'android' is better. That is just such a Sociopathic viewpoint albeit scaled out a massive amount. I think im about to join the growing ranks of people who have a healthy mistrust google.

Just to annoy people like you. wink.gif Just the fact that when this goes retail and viral, "public privacy" (the hilarity in that oxymoron) "aficionados" will have to wonder whether every human they see could be recording or not, is hilarious. (Because they don't already have to wonder if the public place they're in could be recording them with surveillance cameras, amirite?)

It'll definitely be quite an issue for movie theaters, though. What are they going to do? Force you to remove your contacts? What if someone has poor vision and needs them to watch the movie in the first place? Is security in other places going to have to cavity check your eyeballs now too?
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