Period-Tracker Apps Aim for Anonymity Following Roe v. Wade … – The Wall Street Journal

Period-Tracker Apps Aim for Anonymity Following Roe v. Wade … – The Wall Street Journal

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Developers of period trackers and fertility apps are working on ways to anonymize user data in response to

the Supreme Court’s ruling that struck down the constitutional right to an abortion.
Millions of women use services such as Flo, Clue and Apple’s Health app to help them become pregnant, avoid pregnancy or know when their next period is due. The court’s decision brought more attention to the services, which hold sensitive data that could be used against people in states where abortion may be criminalized
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