What Happens When the Computer That Keeps You Alive Can Also Put You In Jail?

"Ryan Calo, a law professor at the University of Washington who focuses on emerging technologies, said that evidence from devices like pacemakers shouldn’t even be admissible into court. Like DNA evidence before it, Calo said the risk of using it to wrongly implicate someone in a crime is just too high.

“There’s a tendency to believe that because something is recorded by a machine it is gospel,” Calo said."