How Private Is The Data Collected By Fitness Trackers?05:54
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Sunkwon Bush sets up his new Apple Watch after its arrival last Friday at the Center City Philadelphia offices of Think Brownstone. (Carolyn Beeler/WHYY)
Sunkwon Bush sets up his new Apple Watch after its arrival last Friday at the Center City Philadelphia offices of Think Brownstone. (Carolyn Beeler/WHYY)
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As the use of health and fitness mobile apps and wearable activity trackers grow, so do questions about what happens to the sensitive data these devices collect - all those steps, calories and heart rate readings the devices measure. Carolyn Beeler from Here & Now contributor WHYY's "The Pulse" reports.

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This segment aired on May 7, 2015.

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