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How privacy fears have brought renewed focus to the potential “deterrent effects” of Facebook’s smart glasses

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If you’ve been flipping through the newspaper or listening to the radio over the last month, you might have stumbled across a smart glasses awareness campaign promoted by Facebook, or Meta as the company has rebranded itself. On its website, Facebook bills the new device as “an authentic way to take photos and videos, share your adventures, and listen to music or take calls.” Prices start at around €300.

According to Facebook, smart glasses let you “easily record the world as you see it” using built-in cameras and voice commands. Designed “with privacy in mind,” the glasses use an LED in the frames that lights up “to let people nearby know when you’re taking a photo or video.”

https://www.independent.ie/business/technology/how-privacy-fears-have-put-renewed-focus-on-the-potential-chilling-effects-of-facebooks-smart-glasses-41644308.html How privacy fears have brought renewed focus to the potential “deterrent effects” of Facebook’s smart glasses

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