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Probably the only piece of personal data they don't have about its customers...

I can imagine them noticing you in a down emotional state, then they send you a discount notification on that pair of trainers your spent 47 mins and 21 seconds looking at the other day....might even start suggesting healthier foods to buy based on body fat reading...

Good idea from them really..

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