Assaulted for wearing Google Glass, but not for privacy reasons

Kyle Russell writes for Business Insider. He was wrapping up an assignment, covering a protest of a Google lawyer turned part-time landlord, when someone ran up to him and grabbed his Google Glass from his face.

The story is less about this assault and more about the impact well heeled startups are having on the local communities. As the money floods in, housing prices rise, taxes increase, and local residents are priced out of their homes. Anger and resentment brews. Can this be fixed? A thoughtful read.