Fitbit Aria 2 Scale
Review Date 10/23/2019
Can it snoop on me?
How does it handle privacy?
What could happen if something went wrong
This product meets our Minimum Security Standards and Fitbit seems to do a good job taking privacy and security seriously. It does send your weight, BMI, and other biometric data to an app on your phone. Although unlikely, if someone happened to get into the details of your app, they'd be able to see all those charts and graphs of your body weight and what percentage of your body is fat. Oh, and news recently broke that Google is buying Fitbit. What does that mean? We don't know quite yet, but it does seem that all that sensitive data Fitbit collects will now be owned by Google, a company that likes to have as much data on people as possible.