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Tracker shares your habits with work

Fitness tracking company Jawbone has a system that lets businesses monitor the activity data of their employees.

The system, called UP for Groups, combines movement, eating and sleep data from Jawbone's apps and wearable trackers, which is then anonymised before being shown to bosses.

Jawbone hopes the system will help companies combat obesity by promoting healthy behaviour in the workplace.

BBC Click's Dan Simmons spoke to Jawbone's founder, Alexander Asseily, about the idea and the privacy questions it raises.

More at BBC.com/Click and @BBCClick.

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