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Last month a Google Glass user in New York was told to take off the wearable technology in the city’s Feast eating establishment as it had actually elevated personal privacy concerns amongst her fellow visitors. She rejected, and she was therefore evicted.

But now the Glass wearer, creator of the ‘Google Glass Explorers of NYC’ Katy Kasmai, is resisting against Banquet alongside her other Google Glass advocates, abounding the dining establishment with a flooding of one-star reviews.

Kasmai made the adhering to blog post on Google+, where she has over 3,000 fans, saying: ‘For the very first time ever before this place, Banquet, in #NYC simply asked about that I get rid of Google Glass since clients have experienced privacy worries in the past. Never ever has occurred to me prior to in one year I’ve had Glass.”

After the article, she and her fans decided to entirely tarnish the restaurant’s online credibility with a barrage of evaluations featuring the most affordable rating possible. Talking with EV Grieve, the restaurant’s supervisor stated: ‘When the initial thing that comes up when you browse Banquet in Google is a 3.1 [score], it could actually hurt a restaurant like us.

It’s harmful and also practically an offense of Google’s own terms.

‘Then you have 13 individuals, which has to do with half the overall reviews, that have never been to our eating establishment allow alone stay in New York City, leave you one-star reviews … It’s destructive and technically an offense of Google’s own terms for leaving evaluations.’

But Kasmai, that naturally didn’t see her activities as moring than the top, took to Twitter to say that Banquet had ‘differentiated versus’ her, to which Feast replied: ‘at the end of the day, it’s not like we did this bc we don’t like u or glass. It’s a direct outcome of other guest complaints [sic]’

Kasmai as well as Banquet at some point seemed to settle their dispute, with Kasmai stating that she’d come by the dining establishment to show employees how Google Glass functions so they could describe the tech to ‘consumers which have worries’.