I’m excited to announce that Open Effect is among the recipients of The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s 2015-16 Contributions Program. The program seeks to fund independent Canadian privacy and security research. Over the next year, we will research the privacy and security of a range of wearable fitness trackers.
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Fitness trackers put users’ health data at risk, study suggests. www.thestar.com/news/privacy-b… cc @citizenlab #privacy #fitness #security
RT @RonDeibert: Some Serious Security and Privacy Issues with Fitness Trackers... twitter.com/citizenlab/status/…
A first look at our report, Every Step you Fake: A Comparative Analysis of Fitness Tracker Privacy and Security. openeffect.ca/fitness-tracker-…
RT @CBCNews: Some fitness trackers vulnerable to monitoring, U of T study finds ift.tt/1KnadB0 pic.twitter.com/36ttO0IqNS
RT @DEEP_IDRC: Two Case Studies in Digital Privacy, Access & Security, by Andrew Hilts pic.twitter.com/Bo79IbV1x5