The New York Times reports on Swedish start-up Memoto’s wearable “lifelogging camera,” which automatically takes photos of the wearer’s surroundings. Worn on a collar, a jacket or like a necklace, the camera takes photos every 30 seconds. The photos will not immediately be available to share through social media, but the company’s founders hope to eventually pair the device with other data and tracking applications. The product raises some questions about privacy and data ownership, the report states. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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