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Health wearables: Privacy threat?

Harry Wang, a researcher who tracks the trend for Parks Associates, points out that federal laws prevent employers from divulging certain types of data about their workers without the employees' permission.

The question that's ahead for many of us is: Would it be worth a couple hundred bucks to give the boss a peek at your stats?

From the article "Health wearables: Privacy threat?" by Jay MacDonald.

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