Seattle dive bar bans Google Glasses before they're sold
SEATTLE (KGO) -- A dive bar in Washington state is saying if you want a drink, take off those new Google Glasses.
The Five Point bar in Seattle is warning people they must remove the glasses when they enter. The reason is because the owner is concerned about privacy.
He says his customers, whom he calls "the seedy type," don't want their pictures taken and then plastered on the Internet.
Critics say there's a nothing the glasses can do that a cellphone can't.
Google Glasses won't be available for months
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