Two researchers at California Polytechnic San Luis Obispo have created an application for Google Glass that can spy on everything the wearer is looking at, without the knowledge of the user.
The Chrome web browser can be exploited to allow remote websites to secretly spy upon your conversations, and record everything that you say.
But it doesn’t sound like Google is interested in addressing the potential serious privacy issue.
It used to be the case that single men and women met down the pub, at pottery classes, or at the funfair just behind the dodgems. But today, with more and more people working longer hours, many – if not finding love in the workplace – are turning to internet dating websites for romance.
Regular visitors will be familiar with the case of Ruth and Michael Haephrati, the husband-and-wife team who wrote a Trojan horse and then sold it to detective agencies in Israel who used it to help business rivals spy on each other.