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Wearables at work: the new frontier of employee surveillance

June 8, 2015, Financial Times

Covington's Daniel Cooper is quoted regarding the legal implications of wearables in the workplace:

“Historically European regulators in the data protection area have been very sceptical you can ever get a valid employee consent — they feel that for existing employees, [the relationship] is almost inherently coercive.”

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