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Jon Erlichman
Breaking: Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion
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Maitrey Jukar Nov 1
Replying to @JonErlichman
Oh. Bad deal. I bought mine for $69.95.
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Cowmix Nov 1
Tweet of the day.
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Robin Chatterjee Nov 1
Replying to @JonErlichman
It can be re-worded as Google buys Fitbit's data for $2.1 billion.
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Darryl Ramm Nov 1
It can be re-worded as Google buys your data, and pays Fitbit $2.1 billion.
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Rich Turner Nov 1
Great, so now Google can track my location, biometrics, etc. 24x7, bind it into all the other data they track and mine, and sell it to even more marketing, insurance, etc. companies. Goodbye Fitbit.
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Scott Duffy Nov 1
If you cared about your privacy, the "line in the sand" to draw is several miles behind you. Choosing now to take a stand is kinda late.
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SUN Nov 1
Ladies: don't track your menstrual cycle on Fitbit. Things are getting weird.
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**Bumblebear** Nov 1
This is super creepy.
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Incognegro Till My Number$ Hit Nov 1
Replying to @JonErlichman
at what point do we the people start collecting residuals on our own data? does our data count as intellectual property yet? can we earn royalties yet? seems corps can leverage *everything we actually are* but i can still be broke af on my own walking down the street.
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Have you googled Andrew Yang yet?
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