In This Issue:

Peering Into the Future: Google Glass and the Law; Ownership of Business-Related Social Media Accounts; Two Circuits Address the First Amendment Status of Facebook Activity; Collaborative Consumption – Is It Good to Share?; Potential Limitations Placed on Unilateral Right to Modify Terms of Use; and A Warning for Websites Allowing Data Collection for Online Behavioral Advertising.

Excerpt from Peering Into the Future: Google Glass and the Law -

WHAT IS GOOGLE GLASS?

As most Socially Aware readers know, Google Glass (“Glass”) is a form of wearable technology that gives its users hands-free access to a variety of smartphone features by attaching a highly compact head-mounted display system to a pair of specially designed eyeglass frames. The display system connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth. In its current form, Glass can pull information from the web, take photographs, record videos, send messages via email or SMS, notify its user about messages and upcoming events and provide navigation directions via GPS. An embellished demonstration of Glass’s features is available at Google’s Glass web page.

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Topics:  Advertising, Behavioral Advertising, First Amendment, Google, Google Glass, Internet, Technology, Terms of Use

Published In: General Business Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Privacy Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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