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Privacy Concerns over Google Glass Hit the Web

A major buzz has been building in the mainstream and social media over a technological device that is being developed by search giant Google called Google Glass, which is a wearable computer, with a head-mounted display in the form of eyeglasses.

The Google Glass eyeglasses will reportedly display information to a wearer in a smartphone-like format and will allow a user to interact with the Internet via voice commands.

However, as has been seen with other types of data collection, tracking technology, and proposed devices that interface with the human body, the capabilities of such computing instruments raise some serious issues involving personal privacy, Google Glass being no exception.

Checklist: What to Do If You Have an Auto Accident

What to do:

  • Stay at the scene in a safe place to gather information
  • Exchange information (see below)
  • Contact your insurance agent
  • Contact the police, or dial 911 if needed
  • Do not: advise your coverage limits or admit fault

Information to gather following a loss:


  • Damage (vehicles and/or property)
  • Accident scene (road conditions/skid marks/debris in roadway/vehicle positions)
  • Accident scene location identifiers (intersection/address/exit number)
  • Identification (clear photos of insurance cards, license plates, etc.)


  • Names, phone numbers, addresses and e-mail addresses of all occupants, including the number of occupants in the other car(s)

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Video Game Ratings

ESRB Ratings


The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) ratings provide guidance about video games and apps so that consumers, especially parents, can make informed choices about the ones they deem suitable for their family.

ESRB ratings have three parts:

  • Rating Categories suggest age appropriateness
  • Content Descriptors indicate content that may have triggered a particular rating and/or may be of interest or concern
  • Interactive Elements inform about interactive aspects of a product, including users’ ability to interact, the sharing of users’ location with other users, or the fact that personal information may be shared with third parties

Media Violence and the Connecticut Shootings

Following the shocking events that took place in Connecticut last week, it is important that a discussion ensue in which the increased occurrence of mass shootings is examined in relation to the violence present in various forms of the entertainment media.

In a recent Fox News appearance, Sen. Joe Lieberman insisted that producers of violent movies and video games must be asked to “tone it down,” characterizing violence in entertainment as “a causative factor” that may lead to tragic incidents such as the one that occurred in Newtown.

Interview with David McCauley on Asset Protection

Your assets are under assault whether you know it or not.

Lawsuits, taxes and creditors can be threats to you and your family.

David McCauley of Leaders without Limits tells James Hirsen how to protect assets

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