There is a real concern that AR products can be used for facial recognition so that people never have any real privacy.
While AR and VR have been touted as potential aids for mental health and general well-being, there is a concern over increasing social.
Spending too much time in a cyber reality could lead people to have unrealistic expectations of real life.
Though this is not an issue right now, we could reach a time where it is difficult to distinguish between what is real and what is virtual while interacting through AR or VR
Because AR is unregulated with no legal infrastructure, users have little or no protection right now.
There are many ethical considerations to take into account in terms of AR.