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  • University makes Fitbits compulsory for students
  • University makes Fitbits compulsory for students
    Francisco Osorio (2015) ©

University makes Fitbits compulsory for students

Wearable technology is making it increasingly easy to quantify everyday life, both as individuals and within communities. One US college now requires students to wear Fitbits in order to pass a mandatory fitness requirement. But what do students get in return for their personal data?



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