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Extremely Online: Data privacy after Roe v. Wade

Alejandra Caraballo discusses privacy issues in tech relating to abortions. 

"Alejandra Caraballo is a clinical instructor at the Harvard Cyberlaw Clinic. From applications that track menstrual cycles to location data on visits to Planned Parenthood clinics, she argues there’s great potential for personal data to be used in criminal investigations:

Any kind of fertility or menstruation tracking application that’s not encrypted and specifically states it does not collect any data should not be used. It’s fairly typical for a large number of women to have miscarriages and those miscarriages can be criminalized."

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