Driver wearing Google Glass is not guilty
January 18 , 2014
A court in San Diego has thrown out a citation against the female driver wearing Google Glass since there was no proof of the device being in operation at the moment.
Commissioner John Blair mentioned that there was a reasonable doubt but no definite proof and the first driver cited for wearing the technology while driving has also not been found guilty of speeding.
Cecilia Abadie is among those selected to try out the device before it becomes widely available to the rest. The California Highway Patrol officer saw her wearing Google Glass and handled it the way he would have if she had been driving with a TV screen in front of her.