Aug 172022
 August 17, 2022  Posted by  Breaches, Featured News, Healthcare, Surveillance, U.S.

Jessica Lyons Hardcastle reports:

It’s official: your period and/or pregnancy tracker will probably share your data with law enforcement. And they might even do it on purpose.

Eighteen of 25 reproductive health apps and wearable devices reviewed by Mozilla received a *Privacy Not Included warning label – meaning they have problems when it comes to protecting users’ privacy and security.


Eight of the period trackers reviewed – Period Tracker, Clue, Flo, My Calendar Period Tracker, Glow and Eve by Glow, Maya, Ovia Fertility and Period Calendar Period Tracker – earned a *Privacy Not Included warning label. The two that didn’t are Natural Cycles and Euki, the latter of which was the only app that earned a place in Mozilla’s “Best Of” category.

Read more at The Register.

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