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Apple, Inc. announced its wearable watch which will detect a user’s heart rate, track their steps, and stream audio and video content (Lohr 2014). For consumers, wearable technology is a boon and will more than likely rake in billions of dollars in profit for companies. The story of wearable is complicated, though, by issues of privacy. When Google announced it was marketing a camera-with-glasses device, people panicked. Moreover, recently, cities in the United States have armed law enforcement officers with wearable cameras. These devices, while convenient, are dangerous....
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