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Rob43

The news, Major life insurer says all customers can opt-in to wear health trackers

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P:oPrivacy and consumer advocates have raised questions about whether insurers may eventually use data to select the Privacy and consumer advocates have raised questions about whether insurers may eventually use data to select the most profitable customers.most profitable customers.

Privacy and consumer advocates have raised questions about whether insurers may eventually use data to select the most profitable customers.

rivacy and consumer advocates have raised questions about whether insurers may eventually use data to select the most profitable customers.

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buddy7

Where’s your groundwork and rhetoric to substantiate the thread, one of your bad ones Rob. Like to think it’s utter rubbish.

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Hammer

This sounds like an invasion of privacy issue.  If all life insurance companies adopt this, I'm sure there will be many class action lawsuits against the insurance companies.  As it stands now, if someone doesn't like this policy, they can just go to another insurance company, but if all insurance companies adopt it, then the customer has no choice but to accept it, or to not have life insurance.

 

There is no way that I myself would accept this policy....I don't wear jewelry, and I only wear a wristwatch when I go out, then take it off when I get back home.  There is no way that I'd ever wear something like that all of the time.

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