The AP reports:
When the Supreme Court last June stripped away constitutional protections for abortion, concerns grew over the use of period tracking apps because they aren’t protected by federal privacy laws.
Privacy experts have said they fear pregnancies could be surveilled and the data shared with police or sold to vigilantes.
Some Washington state lawmakers want to change that and have introduced a bill related to how consumer data is shared, KUOW reported.
Democratic Rep. Vandana Slatter represents Washington’s 48th legislative district, which covers much of Redmond, Bellevue, and Kirkland. She is sponsoring House Bill 1155, which focuses on the collection, sharing, and selling of consumer health data.
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