I'd want to see legislation that would exactly prevent that sort of thing. The issue with GG is not that it looks geeky, that's just a matter of morphing fashion ideals, but what it means. GG that's even more stealth would be worse than what GG already is. So any sort of "integrated into regular glasses" technology should be mandated to have neon-green frames or something like that, which warns people from half a mile away that some wanna-be-spook with his "I record my life stream video because I can't handle the fact that I'm mortal" device is approaching.
Everyone seems to be brainwashed into this idea that the loss of privacy is "inevitable". That's like brainwashing serfs into the idea that slavery is "inevitable". Everything is inevitable until people decide that it's undesirable enough to make a ruckus about it. It's high time that people start making a ruckus.
Better off getting used to the idea of having them around whether you like it or not. Unless you want to pass a law that all cell phones, cameras, and video recorders need to be outlawed or neon green too. These are going to have a big impact on the world, just like twitter had on news. Whether it is for better or worse is the question.
As annoying as mobile phones can be, they are not stealth. If someone points their stupid phone at me, I see it.
If someone wears something like GG integrated into normal looking eyeglasses, then it's very stealth.
If someone points a camera at you, you can confront the person to stop doing it, delete the footage, and if things are harassing call the police.
If someone walks around with camouflaged GG, you can do exactly nothing, because you don't even know it's happening.