While the growth of Internet-connected medical devices and wearable fitness products can potentially improve health outcomes, the technology also raises serious privacy and security concerns that could undermine consumer confidence.  

That is among the findings of a new Federal Trade Commission staff report on the “Internet of Things,” referring to the explosion of devices or sensors—other than computers, smartphones, or tablets—that connect, communicate or transmit information with or between each other through the Internet.

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