- A few months ago, Cecilia Abadie, a computer technician , got a citation for allegedly "using" a google glass while driving. She claimed that the google glass only turned on when she looked up at the officer. At first the officer was suspicious of Abadie driving 80 mph on a 65 mph freeway. But the officer then saw she was wearing a google glass and decided to give her a citation for people who are driving and watching a video at the same time.
Her case touched several hot-button issues that includes distracted driving, wearable technology that will someday become mainstream , and how laws often lag technological development.