Why are people using Google Glass?

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More than 200,000 people have signed an online petition asking the makers of the wearable computer to remove it from sale in Australia.

Glass is designed to look like a mobile phone, but with an attached camera.

The idea is that it’s a way to capture real-time video and send it to the wearer, or a friend, or even to a remote location.

But for many, the technology has raised some uncomfortable questions, especially when it comes to privacy.

The Federal Government has yet to respond to the petition.

Glass was launched by Google, and a number of other companies including Apple and Facebook have also released their own wearable computers.

The Australian Privacy Foundation says Glass can have “negative impacts” on privacy and the internet.

It warns users that their images and video can be captured by the camera, and the device can also collect location data, such as their position on the map.

Privacy concerns are also raised about how Glass can be used to spy on people.

The Glass maker said it was “confident” the device could be used in a way that was “not unlawful or inappropriate”.

It said users were advised they were free to opt out of the data collection by visiting its website.

Google Glass is a Google Glass-like device that allows users to view and interact with their devices.

It uses a webcam and a microphone to record video and a camera to take pictures.

Glass has a camera built into the front, and can also record audio from the microphone and microphone jack.

However, the company has warned that the device “does not provide real-life visual information”.

Google says it will continue to work with the Australian Privacy Commission (APAC) and law enforcement agencies to ensure that it is compliant with privacy and data protection laws.

“Glass has the potential to change how we interact with the internet and how we live our lives, and we’re committed to continuing to monitor any potential privacy concerns and take steps to ensure the safety and security of our users and our partners,” it said.

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