Although texting and calling someone on the phone is illegal in many places, the laws regarding Google’s wearable device Google Glass are still not clear. A California driver was ticketed by a cop with “Driving with monitor visible to driver (Google Glass)”. But when the case hit the court, it was thrown out because it was not proven the Google Glass was active while the driver was driving.
Cecilia Abadie was given citation when she was pulled over for speeding in October. But when the highway patrolman saw she was wearing Google Glass, he added another charge which was regarding Google Glass. Abadie said Glass was not active and it was simply resting on her head.
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