Is it true that someone can use Google Glass for violation of my privacy rights?

Hi there, I’m really excited with those Glasses from Google, but I’m concerned how that gadget will work with our privacy rights? As far as I understand anyone with that device will be able to spy on me and I would not even know it. So, in that case, I’d like to know how that gadget communicates with the outer world and is there a way to stop it

The current jamming system used in the fleet is the AN / ALQ-99 Tactical Scrambling System (TJS), which Northrop Grumman has upgraded to ICAP III. The overall system was designed in the late 1960s, and commissioned with the introduction of the EA-6 Prowler in 1971.

The jammer usually allows a drone to make a vertically controlled landing or return to its starting point – the default actions of most drones that lose communication

The second point here is that, that there is no legal way to accuse any Glass user for spying, because there is no way to check that. Also, you should know that Google Glass will have only a couple of means for communication. It will be mounted with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module and will pair your smartphone to use its 3G or 4G connection. And here lies a principle vulnerability of the device, because Wi-Fi networks can be hacked and Bluetooth connections can be compromised too.

But, fortunately, there is a way how to block that gadget. As long as it uses Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to transmit the data it gathers, a simple 2,4 GHz GPS jammer device will be able to block it. In that case Glass won’t be able to transmit any data, because it won;t be able to connect user’s smartphone