Connecticut Attorney General Wants Apple To Answer Questions About How The Apple Watch Stores Your Personal Health Data

Sam Colt reports:

Connecticut’s attorney general has called for a meeting with Apple over concerns about the privacy of health data collected by the Apple Watch.

“When new technologies emerge in consumer markets they inevitably lead to new questions, including questions about privacy,” Attorney General Jepsen said.

Apple has already said that it will not share health information from Apple Watch users. CEO Tim Cook reiterated that on Friday in his interview with Charlie Rose on PBS.

Still, Jepsen has questions for Apple about how the health data will be stored and what specific data the Apple Watch will be able to collect. He also questions how Apple will monitor third-party apps that claim to make diagnoses if they don’t have proper approval from government regulators.

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