Following an experiment with NYPD officers, Google Glass could become a useful tool for law enforcement agencies nationwide.
The New York City’s Police Department is evaluating whether Google Glass is a decent fit for gathering intelligence on criminal activity. The department recently received several pairs of the modernist-looking specs to test out.
The news that the country’s largest police department is eagerly beta-testing Google’s products comes at a sensitive time for the company, given its entanglement in various intelligence-gathering efforts from spy agencies in the U.S. and abroad. Not that Google is happy about that: Google chairman Eric Schmidt blew a gasket when it was revealed that the NSA was routinely hacking into the company’s servers to spy on customers, as outlined in documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
A spokesman for Google said the company was not working with law enforcement agencies on the project and that the NYPD likely acquired the glasses through the Google Glass Explorer program.
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