How To Manage Your Privacy On Fitness Apps

Think of your fitness tracker like a personal trainer—one that happens to live on your smartphone. There are things you want it to do, like monitor your heart rate, your pace, the time it took for you to complete your last sprint, and whether your sprints are getting faster over time. And then there are things you don’t particularly want it to do, like stalk your every move and follow you home at night. Read more at Wired.

Categories: Law, Regulation, Technology

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