wearable technologyTechnologies such as Google Glass and smart watches are gradually making their way into the workplace. But the intrusive nature of these devices, which could be used by employees to take clandestine photographs or videos, are ringing alarm bells among some employers, says lawyer Sue McLean at Morrison and Foerster. “There are huge privacy and ethical implications around wearable technology,” she said in an interview with Computer Weekly.
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