• Period tracking app companies are searching for ways to protect users' information in wake of Roe decision

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Protests are happening across the country in response to the Supreme Court's decision and the looming abortion bans in certain states. Jim Bourg/Reuters
    An "anonymous mode" is on the horizon for period-tracking app users.
    Data sharing has always been a concern with health apps; an abortion ban heightens legal risks.
    Deleting your tracking app isn't enough - your data must be deleted first.
    Period and fertility tracking apps are exploring ways to offer users anonymity after the Supreme Court's overturned Roe v. Wade, in an effort to protect them from legal action in states where abortions...
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