Alejandra Caraballo speaks about the privacy issues surrounding the payment data that financial companies collect when it comes to evidence of abortion.
“Alejandra Caraballo, a clinical instructor at Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic, read these companies’ user agreements with her students for a recent course. “We came to the realization that essentially all of them are bad,” she said. “They’ve all said they will comply with the legal process and will turn over documents either through warrants or a subpoena.”
Read more in The New York Times.