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    Quote Originally Posted by Theblacksheep View Post
    Thats not correct, its not "illegal" as in a criminal offence. They are committing no crime.
    Thanks! I edited my post after seeing your reply to StevieM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theblacksheep View Post
    Thats not correct, its not "illegal" as in a criminal offence. They are committing no crime.

    It CAN BE a civil offence if the police deem you are not in control of a vehicle, it is the police officers discretion.
    I stand corrected... for the second time today!

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    If Google Glass automatically detected you were in a car and could transfer the information directly to the cars entertainment/navigation system then surely this would be okay in the eyes of the law?

    Mercedes Is Testing Google Glass Integration, and It Actually Works Wired

    The first application is a navigation program that allows you to enter an address through Google Glass, get in your car, plug in your phone and then the destination is transferred to the in-dash navigation system. Once you've arrived near the restaurant/bar/nightclub/BBQ joint and unplug your phone, the system re-transfers the data back to Glass to complete the journey.

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