But maybe most notably, nothing about what Google has presented is an actual product yet, or considered close to finalized.
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And a lot of rapid prototyping on the team. So where does this leave us for now? What Google has shown is promising, but their design challenges are clear:. To succeed, Google will need to sell us on either the stylishness, or the invisibility, of video glasses. And may we suggest copying the iPod in this approach?
Finding the perfect level of obtrusiveness within an omnipresent Internet connection could be the largest challenge of human-device interaction the electronics industry has ever encountered. And no wonder: With technologies such as augmented reality and Project Glass, the possibilites seem to outstrip the actual need. So why do they need to be glasses?
A good counter-example is the iPad. Crowdsourcing can create great products, but when it comes to inventing something that no one has conceptualized before, we need bold visionaries, not naysaying Internet whiners. Most technologies can therefore only be installed during a furnace rebuild.
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Our Environmental impact. As cameras and microphones creep further into our everyday lives, there are more and more legal gray zones. But there are now plenty of cases that fall outside the specifics of these federal and state laws. Is that a violation of wiretapping laws? Or take the case of PlaneBae , a viral story about two people whose airplane meet-cute was documented by the person sitting behind them, without permission. The woman who was photographed on the plane wound up harassed and hounded off social media.
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If she had been filmed or their conversation had been recorded against her will, would she have any kind of case for the invasion of her privacy? It would take a case brought before a judge to find out. When a judge considers a case like this, they ask themself whether it was reasonable, in that situation, for the person being recorded to expect that they were not, in fact, being recorded.
Was it reasonable for you to assume your voice would be captured when you walked into that bar or got on that plane or went to your friends house? If this seems like a tricky way to decide privacy law, well, it is. For a long time, the answer to this question was almost always yes.
You could reasonably expect to spend the vast majority of your day without being recorded — in the street, at your job, in your home. But over time, technology — and our choices about said technology — has slowly chipped away at that certainty.
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If you choose to put an Alexa or Google Home in your house—a device that listens to everything you say, waiting with baited digital breath for its magic wake word—you could be fundamentally altering the answer to the question of reasonable expectation. And that might even apply to guests.
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If I visit a friend with a home assistant, do I no longer have a reasonable expectation of not being recorded at their house? Or what about dorm rooms — St. Louis University in Missouri recently announced a plan to install 2, Echo Dots in dorms room across campus. Do those students now no longer have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their rooms?