Women’s Healthcast: Privacy, Security, and Cycle Tracking Apps, with Jenna Nobles, PhD
Lots of questions about menstrual tracking or cycle tracking apps popped up after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the constitutional right to an abortion in June 2022. Questions like: are these apps secure? Could data tracked in these apps be used to criminalize people who seek abortion care? Should people be concerned about using cycle tracking apps?
Jenna Nobles, PhD, professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Demography and Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joined the Women’s Healthcast to talk about why people may be interested in using cycle tracking apps, how they work, common concerns around data security and safety, and how to evaluate whether using a cycle tracking app is the right choice for you.
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