Americans cite concerns about privacy and being distracted for their hesitance to use Google Glass, with nearly 3 in 4 saying their concerns would keep them from wearing the technology, according to a study from Toluna. "It is clear that a high proportion of individuals have concerns about the potential impact on their privacy. This is something Google and other tech companies using the technology should address before the product can become mainstream," said Toluna's Mark Simon.
Study: U.S. consumers have Google Glass privacy concerns
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