by Chris Hargreaves
"This month's article is based very loosely around a recent 5-minute talk from Gary Wolf which explores the concept of ‘self-tracking’ (the trend for people to record aspects of their life) and how this can now be performed to a much greater extent than was previously possible due to changes in technology. The talk discusses the monitoring of heart rates, sleep patterns, consumption of caffeine, food and alcohol etc. While many of these could be recorded simply with a pen and paper, the talk also introduces a variety of new digital devices that automate the collection, recording and in some cases transmission of this ‘self-tracking’ data. This article ponders the implications of such devices for digital forensics…"
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