Google to Glass users: ‘Don’t be a Glasshole’

The tech and search giant cemented the use of the term in a list of user dos and don’ts published on the Google Glass website.

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Specifically, a Glasshole is someone who acts “creepy or rude” while wearing the optical, head-mounted computer display in public. Here’s the full admonition from Google:

“Glasshole” had already made its way to Urban Dictionary about a year ago, with this definition: “A person who constantly talks to their Google Glass, ignoring the outside world.”

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