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  (Source: Fast Company)
No electronic or recordable devices are allowed

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You people are far too serious.
By Cerin218 on 6/9/2013 4:56:56 AM , Rating: -1
Don't you people find it the least bit funny that a company that created a product that WILL be used to take away your personal freedoms in the future isn't allowed to record the meeting of the people that created it?!

Hint folks, if the CREATORS limit it's use, it WON'T be good for you.

Like Obama says, "Just because the government does things secretly doesn't make them suspicious.
But we can't allow American people to have secrets because they could be doing something suspicious."




By Camikazi on 6/9/2013 2:20:44 PM , Rating: 3
Unless I am mistaken Google doesn't allow any recording devices into shareholder meetings. I also believe most companies have the same restrictions because those meetings are meant to be private and competition is not meant to know what goes on there. I'm all for the glasses but I won't let anyone use them while I'm in the bathroom, then again I wouldn't let them in the bathroom with me regardless.


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