Hours after software developer MiKandi released an pornographic app for Glass called "Tits and Glass," Google banned porn from its glassware products. They added the anti-porn section to their Glass developer policy last week to include 11 new policies.

"When we first picked up our device, we were very careful to comb through all of Google's terms, policies and developers' agreement to make sure we were playing within their rules," MiKandi co-founder Jennifer McEwen explained to the Sun.

According to Google spokesman, this is all a part of the company prepping for a wider lauch once Glass is made available to the general public, telling SFist, "Our Explorer Program makes users active participants in evolving Glass ahead of a wider consumer launch. In keeping with this approach, we've updated our developer policies. We look forward to learning more from our users as we update the software and evolve our policies in the weeks and months ahead."

In addition to banning hate speech, bullying and intellectual property infringement, just to name a few, Google's revised developer policy now states: "We don't allow content that contains nudity, graphic sex acts, or sexually explicit material."

But. Google Glass, according to porn purveyors, allows for maximum porn-viewing titillation, with the hands-free device making for a more intimate experience. "Unlike other hands-free recording devices, wearing Glass is easy and familiar," McEwen later explained to Mashable.

The other most notable tech company to ban porn is Apple, whose late CEO, Steve Jobs, was famously puritanical when it came to sex and your screen.