Augmented Reality: The End of Privacy?

 

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This SPIE explores the implications of privacy in an environment saturated by active watching and listening devices. In particular, it explores the implications for carriers when these devices become common. It also suggests some ways in which carriers can leverage consumer concerns about and desire for privacy to generate new streams of income.

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Augmented Reality: The End of Privacy?SPIE 2013 #24 - June 28/2013IntroductionThe Google Glass Trojan HorseAn Expectation of PrivacyPublic Policy ImplicationsImpact on CarriersStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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