If we are going to let cloud-based computers operate like our eyes and ears, and allow for videos and recordings to be fed to Google's corporate cloud without the public's knowledge, invasion of privacy laws better apply.
Perhaps devices like Google Glass will provide an impetus to change the cyber security and forensics education landscape. This technology is not designed to replace our current computers or smartphones, but to compliment them.
The Google Glass is one of those technologies that we are going to impulsively fight like the early eBooks and readers. It's going to change the fundamental way in which we interact with the world, and that's a scary thought.