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Daily Dashboard | The Rise of Bring-Your-Own Wearable Device Related reading: Mass. attorney general sues Equifax; other actions may follow

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V3.co.uk reports on the rise of wearable technology and how it has been and will be integrated into the work environment. Early adopters include Tesco, which gives smart armbands to workers to help track goods, distribute tasks and measure location movements. Another firm, Pru Health, offers employees Fitbug health devices as part of its “Vitality” program. These devices supplied by employers, as well as bring-your-own wearable devices (BYOWD), have robust personal data-gathering potential—including swaths of sensitive personal information. As smart glasses and wearable cameras become more integrated into the work environment, businesses will have to consider BYOWD policies to protect employees’ privacy expectations, the report states.
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