Google Glass Porn App Covers Up Private Parts, Minimally

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Attendees wear Google Glass while posing for a group photo during the Google I/O developer conference on May 17, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Eight members of the Congressional Bi-Partisan Privacy Caucus sent a letter to Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page seeking answers to privacy questions and concerns surrounding Google's   photo and video-equipped glasses called "Google Glass".  The panel wants to know if the high tech eyeware could infringe on the privacy of Americans. Google has been asked to respond to a series of questions by June 14.
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For those early adopters who absolutely need to see naked people as close to their eyeballs as possible — and the companies planning to profit off of that instinct — the Google Glass war on porn was a real boner-killer. But there are work-arounds: The trailblazing company MiKandi announced the return of its gloriously named Tits & Glass app today with some minor tweaks, like "irresistibly hot, *non-pornographic* photos" that just imply the actual nudity, while the raw stuff will be relegated to the website. Further proof that porn will never truly be defeated, like LeBron James or cockroaches.