Canada, Europa, Australia, Nuova Zelanda, Messico, Israele, Svizzera.
For our part, we would strongly urge Google to engage in a real dialogue with data protection authorities about Glass.
The questions we would like to raise include:
• How does Google Glass comply with data protection laws?
• What are the privacy safeguards Google and application developers are putting in place?
What information does Google collect via Glass and what information is
shared with third parties, including application developers?
• How does Google intend to use this information?
While we understand that Google has decided not to include facial
recognition in Glass, how does Google intend to address the specific
issues around facial recognition in the future?
Is Google doing anything about the broader social and ethical issues
raised by such a product, for example, the surreptitious collection of
information about other individuals?
• Has Google undertaken any privacy risk assessment the outcomes of which it would be willing to share?
Would Google be willing to demonstrate the device to our offices and
allow any interested data protection authorities to test it?