Fitness trackers may be tracking more than fitness

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CLEVELAND - If you own a fitness tracker, there is a warning out from researchers who say that your tracker can be tracked.

And that means that you can too. A team of researchers recently found that a number of fitness trackers contain a flaw.  The tracker doesn't shut off, even if your phone does.

Fox 8's Todd Meany explains the problem and tells how you can protect yourself.