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Refraining from Google Glass use while driving might sound like common sense to most of us, but apparently it's something Google feels its consumers must be advised against.
These are likely the same people who apply makeup and eat breakfast on the morning commute, so perhaps it wasn't such a bizarre move on Google's part after all, as the company has updated its terms of service this week with guidelines regarding road safety while using Glass.
The altered terms of service (via PC World) are as such:
“Some of our services are available on mobile devices. Do not use such services in a way that distracts you and prevents you from obeying traffic or safety laws.”
Pretty self-explanatory, but we still have people texting and allowing other distractions to keep them from paying attention to the road ahead of them -- hopefully this might enlighten users a little more before they decide to engage in a number of internet-centric tasks while driving.