Americans don’t want their gadgets tracking their movements at home, according to a new Pew Research Center poll, NBC News reported.
The poll posed several hypothetical situations to test how much privacy people were willing to give up for convenience and savings.
Fifty-five percent of people polled found a hypothetical “inexpensive thermostat sensor” that would share data on when people are in the house and that would track their movements unacceptable.
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But 52 percent of Americans were more likely to allow their doctor to upload their personal health records.