I just saw this on the Daily Show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3_3oeDX1uk
Know I know that clip is part satire, but it brings up some interesting issues that are quite relevant to EP where practically everyone has mesh inserts that can record everything.
At least some people obviously find that it is a violation of their privacy that someone can record them at any time without them knowing it, and being recorded is something most people find highly annoying.
I'd read about lots of people voicing privacy concerns about Google Glass, but I thought that would just go like internet surveillance concerns - some tech columnists write about, it's a big deal in some circles, but most people don't care.
But it seems that Google Glass oversteps some border that makes some people so uncomfortable they're reacting very badly to users, even violent some times. Could this stop or significantly slow the adoption of such wearable computers? Even a small minority that takes offense could make life very unpleasant for users.