Anyone that tries to fall back to the "privacy issue" is clearly in denial. I guarantee you that I could snap a photo of every person in my field of view with few every having a clue I was taking a picture while using my "cell phone" (miniature portable computer with a GoPro integrated [Note 3] that happens to be capable of making phone calls). Glass on the other hand, requires 1) The wearer to be looking directly at the subject 2) Do something fairly obvious (even a wink) to provide an indication that they're taking a photo. EVEN if using a remote of some sort, there is still the issue that the wearer must be looking directly at their subject. "you are not going to convince me otherwise" is another way of saying, "the facts don't matter because I've decided what I want to believe". In that case, nothing I say to you matters and the only reason for this reply is for the rest of the population who is interested in facts more than ignorant biases.
By the way, if you're SO concerned about privacy, your time and energy would be FAR better spent fighting any of these products:http://www.mirrorcase.com/http://goo.gl/gqbvt0http://goo.gl/BJFvOO
(or any of the other 10,000's of "compacts" with mirrors in them)http://goo.gl/O2Vqa7
(or any of the other 1,000's of "spy cameras")
On the other hand, you could pick up a dictionary and read the definitions for "public" and "privacy" and realize that your entire concern is irrational to begin with because you don't have "privacy" in "public".
I guess we all need hobbies, but it's too bad some people take up hobbies that ultimately come down to harassing other people for no good reason.