Deleting your period tracker won't keep your health data private

As soon as news leaked in May of the possible reversal of Roe v. Wade, a drumbeat began on social media: Delete your period trackers. With abortion rights under threat, new fears arose that the health data stored on such apps, which track fertility and menstrual cycles, could be used as evidence of criminal activity in states where abortions could be outlawed.

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