Fitbit users fear privacy invasion after $2.1bn Google acquisition

Google’s recent acquisition of Fitbit for $2.1bn has left many users worried the tech giant may soon have access to their most intimate health information – from the number of steps they take each day to their breathing patterns, sleep quality or menstrual cycles. Fitbit, founded in San Francisco in 2007, tracks the health data … Continue reading Fitbit users fear privacy invasion after $2.1bn Google acquisition