“People shouldn’t have to wear special glasses, jewelry or face masks when they leave their houses in order to stay safe or protect their basic civil liberties,” said Greer, adding that those who can’t afford the devices will be left vulnerable. “Members of the public need to fight to keep this technology out of our schools, airports and public places. We can’t give up now and literally throw a bag over our heads.” Special sunglasses, license-plate dresses: How to be anonymous in the age of surveillance The folks talked to for this article seem to believe Regulation will help solve a civil liberties issue- that couldn't be further from the truth by simply judging ALL regulations presently in service which restrict civil liberties for many and favor others. If there has to be any Regulation it's purpose should be to ban this crap from federal use, or local LEO's with mandatory, lengthy, jail time in a real jail and not a white collar, minimum security, recovery center. To add the District of Criminals into the mix adds just another opportunity for nefarious uses and helps further line the pockets of the professional scam artist referred to as representatives.