Fears Personal Data Could Be Used Against Women In Abortion Restrictive States

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Following the reversal of Roe v. Wade, many women are questioning whether information on their computers and phones could be used against them in future prosecutions. As social media has exploded with warnings about period-tracking apps, some women are now using an app with special protections to prevent their data from being accessed by unwanted parties.

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