Wearable devices – including smart glasses, fitness tracking bracelets, smartwatches and technology-infused jewellery – are touted as the next big wave on the digital front. However, risk, legal, and insurance experts have warned of many uncertainties associated with these new technologies.
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Another real risk emerges as wearable technology becomes more popular and expensive – that is, the risk of theft. Smart necklaces, pendants or rings can cost into the thousands. As these pieces become more visible, consumers must take more precautions to protect them: