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  • ‘Hackable’ smartwatches raise parents' privacy fears
  • ‘Hackable’ smartwatches raise parents' privacy fears
    Caleb Woods, 2016 ©
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‘Hackable’ smartwatches raise parents' privacy fears

Many parents are turning to smartwatches to monitor their child’s location and health, but a report from the Norwegian Consumer Council has found that the data from these devices are not protected  a big concern for the 87% of British parents who want to keep their child’s life private.

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