Invading Privacy With Wearable Video Recorders and AR Eyewear

 We are entering an era where personal, wearable video recording devices are about to become ubiquitous.  It’s already a given that surveillance cameras are everywhere in modern-day public life, from stores to gas stations to street corners to traffic lights.  Those are so small as to be barely visible anymore, and we rarely even think […]

Is a Facebook “Like” First Amendment-Protected Speech? It’s Complicated.

When is a “like” not an expression of liking something?  And does it, like, matter? In an April 24, 2012 opinion in the case Bland v. Roberts, Judge Raymond A. Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia sparked an online firestorm by ruling that “merely ‘liking’ a Facebook page is insufficient […]

The Augmented Reality Event 2012: Day One

Day One of ARE2012 in Santa Clara is now complete.   It’s been a full day.  My personal highlight was participating in the panel discussion ““Augmented Reality & Its Challenges in the Civil & Criminal Justice System” with best-selling author Daniel Suarez, cybercrime investigator Captain Joseph Rampolla, Cybercop Portal founder Kevin Manson, Daqri CEO Brian […]