Fitbit Privacy Policy

Read our summary of Fitbit's Privacy Policy.


  • Fitbit provides transparency on how they use personal data.
  • Account creation requires certain personal information.
  • Additional information can be provided voluntarily for enhanced service features.
  • Fitbit may share your data with third parties for external processing.
  • Fitbit uses encryption and other security measures to protect data.
  • Fitbit collects device and usage information for service operation.
  • Geolocation data is collected if permission is granted by the user.
  • Fitbit may disclose personal information to comply with legal requests.
  • Users have control over privacy settings and data sharing preferences.
  • Fitbit retains personal data as long as necessary for service provision and legal compliance.
  • Fitbit uses cookies and similar technologies for analytics and advertising.
  • Fitbit offers special account options for children with additional privacy protections.
  • Fitbit operates internationally and may transfer data across borders.
  • Fitbit complies with EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework for data protection.
  • Fitbit provides tools for accessing, exporting, and deleting user data.
  • Fitbit allows users to revoke consent for data processing at any time.
  • Fitbit and Google will share limited profile information for joint processing.
  • Fitbit's privacy practices may differ for California residents under the CCPA.

Things to watch out for

  • Fitbit may share your information with third parties, which could include your employer or insurance company.
  • Your data could be transferred internationally, which may affect your privacy protections.
  • Fitbit may disclose your personal information for legal reasons or in response to legal requests.


What personal information does Fitbit require for account creation?

Fitbit requires your name, email address, password, date of birth, gender, height, weight, and possibly your mobile telephone number to create an account.

Can I control who sees my Fitbit data?

Yes, you can adjust your privacy settings in your account to control how your information is shared with other users or third-party services.

How can I delete my Fitbit data or account?

You can delete your personal information or account through your account settings. Most information will be deleted within 30 days, but it may take up to 90 days to delete all data.

Data Collection

  • Account information (name, email, password, date of birth, gender, height, weight, mobile number)
  • Profile information (photo, biography, country information, community username)
  • Payment and card information for transactions
  • Device information (steps, distance, calories, weight, heart rate, sleep stages, active minutes, location)
  • Geolocation data
  • Usage information (interaction with services, device and application identifiers, IP address, browser type, operating system)
  • Information from third-party services connected to your account

(Last updated: 04th April, 2024)

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