Now, as you may remember from a previous post, No Pictures Please, I'm not a fan of no picture policies in general. In the age of relationships and social media, I don't get why people don't want you to take pictures of their places and share them with others.
But I don't get when people create different rules based on technology. See, while I was told they I couldn't wear Google Glass as they were worried about the privacy issues, the two tables next to me were snapping pictures non-stop. If you've ever taken pictures with Glass, you know that you need to be pretty close to get anything good. There's no zoom and it's only a 5 megapixel camera.
I mean, my Lumia 1020 is a 41 MP camera with a great zoom, I could get much better, "covert" snaps with my phone. Plus, since I'm wearing something big and blue on my face, it's pretty obvious that I'm wearing them. I don't see the difference between taking pictures with Glass and taking pictures with cell phones.
So, if people can take all kinds of pictures with their cell phones, why a ban on wearing Google Glass? If you want to ban people from taking pictures, I think it's a bad idea, but it's your business. But a ban should be a total ban. You shouldn't ban one tool, that doesn't seem right to me.