New Tech Thingy Will Protect You From the #Tyranny of Google Glass
Google Glass is the super-obnoxious new wearable technology that privacy advocates claim will turn America into the kind of dystopian panopticon envisioned by George Orwell, or Judas Priest, take your pick. Google Glass is ugly, it is dumb, and now, thank sky-god, there's a way for normies like us to fight back.
Berlin artist Julian Oliver has written a simple program called Glasshole.sh that detects any Glass device attempting to connect to a Wi-Fi network [...] When it detects Glass, it uses the program Aircrack-NG to impersonate the network and send a “deauthorization” command, cutting the headset’s Wi-Fi connection.
Does this new anti-Glass technology scare us a little, because it sounds eerily similar to the way in which the Cylons wiped out the Colonial fleet in the "Battlestar Galactica" mini-series? Yes, but that is only further evidence of the wisdom of Commander Adama. We would gladly put all Google Glass users out the airlock, but noooo, y'all have got a fancy-pants Eighth Amendment 'round these parts.