Health Gadgets and Privacy

Well, this is just peachy, isn’t it? It’s been a common talking point these days since devices like FitBit and the Nike Fuel Band have become more increasingly popular. Combine that with all those fitness apps that track things like running location or sexual activity (one article I read on the topic a couple of months ago was pretty hooked on that point). It’s unnerving and has been discussed with increasing frequency lately. And it’s not like it stops people like me from using this stuff.

Anyway, thought I’d share.

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