November 23, 2015 Healthcare, Non-U.S.
Rhiannon Williams reports:
A law firm has called on EU regulators to rethink the impact of the forthcoming European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on data generated by health trackers and other wearables, including the Apple Watch, Fitbit and Garmin fitness bands.
Osborne Clarke claims the new law, set to come in force from 2018, will stifle innovation in the technology sector while not differing greatly from the rules as currently laid out in the Data Protection Act of 1998.
Read more on The Telegraph.
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