Workout privacy: Sacrificing personal info to shed pounds

WASHINGTON -- If there are two things we obsess about, it's our weight and our privacy. Now, both of those deep-seeded concerns are colliding.

More and more of us are tracking our every move in an effort to remain healthy or get into better shape. It's easier to do, thanks to online health applications, like My Fitness Pal, and wearable fitness bracelets, like Fitbit, Nike Fuelband and Jawbone, just to name a few.

But there could be a downside to all this data. Many people don't read the privacy policies that allow companies to sell or share this information to third parties.

Watch the full report above.

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