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Google Glass Users Facing Verbal, Physical Attacks

Amid rising tensions in San Francisco between native residents and wealthy tech entrepreneurs gentrifying the city, more reports have surfaced of anti-tech protesters targeting Google Glass wearers with physical attacks and verbal assaults like “Glasshole.” What do you think?

  • “I hope the attackers were careful to punch around the eyewear.”

    Jeff Duncan
    Systems Analyst
  • “People need to lighten up about being recorded every single moment of the day.”

    Susan Ripley
    Millwright
  • “Since Native Americans lived there first, who’s the real Glasshole?”

    Brady Morris
    Survey Researcher