You can do all those things under current copyright. What you can't do, and what copyright is truly concerned with is DISTRIBUTION to others.
Ok so im walking along and seeing you getting mugged at knifepoint. You dont think i should be able to execute him on the spot?
What is 'realistic' to you now, will be deemed trivial in 10 years.
Actually the best coverage currently by logitech is to use rechargeable AAs. (Logitech G700) You can use a standard AA, the rechargable one or just go wired.
Yes, why not? All are INCREDIBLY rich ways of transmitting thought. There is nothing special about email to give it precedence over other comms, even ubiquity.
When it comes to cars, I wont be happy until human-driven cars are outlawed on public roads. Just so we are clear on where i stand on risk vs safety.
Public roads are not a place for taking risk. You are free to run as hot and loose as you want on private property.
You dont need the choice to turn it off when operating on public roads. If you want that choice, get a custom track car.
NO NO NO NO NO. Wifi is not a direct replacement for wire, its just not. Wifi should be supplemental to the network, not the basis for the network. If you are choosing wifi for aesthetics in a business setting, you are in the wrong line of work.
A good and logical counter-argument. I respond with this. What about a non-google solution? Something you have much more total control of the data that flows in and out of it. Is it ok if i do face-matching on my own hardware to build a better picture of who i come near day-to-day? Can i share the data? Aggregate it? Anonymize it? Where are the lines?
This really is the worst counter-argument ever..... There is no barrier to posting it online.
You do know that every patron in almost EVERY place you eat is ALREADY being videoed, right? Surveillance is ubiquitous and NOW you want to complain because individuals wish to engage in something business has been doing for literally decades?
Good luck with that. You lost this fight decades ago when CCTV was installed publicly and privately.
Google Glass is merely the consumer facing aspect of wearable computing. $1500 would go a LONG way in hiding several cameras on my person, including head, in such a way that you would never know. Anyone really into wearables can go much farther than google glass pretty trivially.
We are shocked by the incredibly broad scope. We are shocked by the brazen 'Yes we are spying on all of you, what are you going to do about it?'.