October 6, 2015

Study: 72% of Americans Won’t Wear Google Glass Because of Privacy Worries

From AdWeek:

It’s not Google Glass’ nerdy aesthetics, somewhat douchey reputation or lofty price tag that will prevent a whopping 72 percent of Americans from donning the headset of the future—it’s concerns about privacy and safety.

A new study from market research firm Toluna found that privacy worries are a major stumbling block for Google Glass, with two in five consumers citing concerns such as the potential for hackers to access private data, the ease with which others could record their actions without their knowledge and the potential for private actions to become public.


A second major concern cited by a majority of Toluna’s survey respondents was distractibility.

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See Also: Interesting Research! FaceBlock App Allows Google Glass Users to Take Privacy-Aware Pictures

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