Privacy concerns surrounding Google Glass are growing rampant. Eight Congressmen even joined in on the conversation on Thursday, fearing that the cyborg-like technology could be too invasive.
Google's response: You'll know when someone wearing Glass is being sketchy.
In one of the most provocative moments of this week's Google I/O developers conference, Glass engineers fielded audience questions regarding privacy concerns. Google was clearly prepared to discuss the topic.
"The process for taking a picture or video has clear social queues," explained Steve Lee, Glass' product director. "When Glass is active, the display lights up. Because of that, you can rest assured I'm not recording you."