Are you able to be tracked electronically?
A man was charged earlier this month in the December 2015 murder of his wife after police were able to demonstrate through the timing of her Facebook postings and messages—and most notably, data from her Fitbit activity tracker—that his account of events on the day of her murder could not have been true.
This week, we’d like to ask you: Are you able to be tracked electronically? Do you have an activity tracker, like a Fitbit, that records your movements or sleep patterns? Do you use a “Find My Friends” app or something similar on your cellphone, allowing you and your family members or friends to track each other’s locations? Do you check in at different locations on Facebook with your phone? If so, why do you like to record and/or share this information?
Answer in the comments.
Read the answer to last week’s question: What’s the word you’re most worried about mispronouncing?
Posted by Hadley V. Baxendale: “The most important one: the judge’s name.”
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