So....Google Glass is coming out later this year. My understanding is this, this is a wearable pair of glasses with built in computing capability using Android software. It is discreet and includes a camera with video, so I could envision someone wearing these at a range and intentionally or not, video gets uploaded to a Google cloud and facial recognition software determines who is at the range by correlating other databases like Facebook or other social media. Then TPTB can pin down when people were at the range and identify firearms used. Same thing for gun shows, protests, etc. Google Glass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I'm no lawyer, but to my understanding, Washington is a two-party recording state. Most are not. So, in Washington, it would be unlawful for someone to record me in a private setting without my consent. But in a public setting where privacy is not reasonably expected, I could be recorded without my consent. Most jurisdictions have laws against wearing a mask and jamming cell signal. One could work with owners of ranges and other favorite hangouts to make prohibit these. One could also work with local lawmakers to make laws against them. Do any of the tech-savvy Monkeys have any other ideas for personal countermeasures?