We have heard that Google Glass has been banned at movie theaters, and restaurants, and now Comic-Con 2014 has banned the use of Google Glass during all screenings at Comic-Con.
Comic-Con kicked off yesterday, and the organizers announced that people could not use Google Glass during any screenings, you can see the official statement below.
“You cannot wear Google Glasses during footage viewing in any program room,” the handbooks reads. “If your Google Glasses are prescription, please bring a different pair of glasses to use during these times.”
This should hardly come as a surprise, as video and audio recording equipment have not been allow at Comic-Con screenings in the past.
Individual cinemas in the U.S. have been reported to ban the use of Google’s Glass, and last month the UK cinemas put a blanket ban on the device meaning that Google Glass cannot be used in any cinema anywhere in the UK.
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