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Description: Smartwatches may not fall under Ontario’s distracted driving laws, but the wearable devices can still get you in trouble on the road, according to police.

Source: Global News

Date: June 8, 2015

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More and more people are investing in smartwatches, thanks to high profile releases like the Apple Watch; but consumer adoption of the devices is raising questions about how smartwatches should be treated under distracted driving laws in Canada. Read More

Questions for discussion:

1.  How do you feel about smartwatches? Do you think they should be considered on the same level as smartphones?

2. Do you have a smartwatch? Is it something you are interested in having?

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