The website Pocketnow recently posted an interesting article about Google Glass and the problems of resale. When Google first started selling Glass, potential buyers had to make their case for why they should be allowed into the Glass Explorer program. Then they had to pay $1500. Google’s terms of use for Glass stated that anyone caught renting, selling, or even giving away their headset faced Google remotely deactivating their hardware. Google, however, has publicly said it would not deactivate resold hardware for Explorers. The article points out that as Glass has become more widely available and a resale market has devloped, concern over the language of the terms of use has risen.

You can read the full Pocketnow article here.