Friday, June 13, 2014

'Daily Show' Reports on the Hate Crimes Against Google Glass Explorers

Posted By on Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 3:43 PM

The world is full of hate for people and things we don't understand. The whole concept of people wearing $1,200 Google spectacles hasn't caught, yet. There have been some instances where people felt threatened by the self proclaimed "Explorers" because they are infringing on the privacy of people around them.

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One Glasshole's frames was ripped from his head at a movie theater in January. There are some establishments like strip clubs and casinos that banning and prohibiting Google Glasses.

Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones questions a group of "Explorers" and grills them on how ridiculous this trend seems despite all the crimes that have been committed against them.

(via Valleywag)

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