Do you have a right to privacy to the data on your FitBit like you do on your cell phone?

Do you have a right to privacy to the data on your FitBit like you do on your cell phone? The police must get a search warrant to obtain data that is on your cell phone. But how about your digital tracker like the FitBit?

1024px-Fitibit_FlexRecently, a woman in Pennsylvania reported a rape. When the police requested data from her FitBit, she gave them access to it. Her tracker indicated that she was active at the same time she claimed to have been asleep. Read this interesting article about this case. To read the article, copy and paste the link below:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/alexander-howard/how-data-from-wearable-te_b_7698764.html

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-weinstein/what-your-fitbit-doesnt-w_b_8851664.html