They barely exist in the world, yet already there are ways to fear Google Glasses.
Imagine how helpful this could be for reporting crimes. If you witnessed a boy being attacked in your yard, or a hit and run, or a robbery, you could immediately upload that file to police databases. Inevitably, we would all become watchmen, critical parts of the surveillance society. Alternately, law enforcement could use cell location tracking to figure out who was in a certain area at a certain time and get a warrant (or subpoena) for access to their vision logs.
Interesting how the author finds good surveillance alongside the bad. As she concludes, "It’s creepy. It’s awesome."
Meanwhile, Gawker: "the 'Google Goggles' unveiled today take creepy tech to the next level." That text focuses on intrusiveness and data collection.
At a third level, this video pokes fun at the possibility for too much/too intrusive advertising.
It's early days, so there hasn't been much time for other media fears to kick in. Google Glasses depraves children, is being used by eQaeda, enables horrific copyright violation, ruins relationships, wounds, kills: expect 'em all.