Only 1 in 25 Reproductive Health Apps Protects User Data

Mozilla report finds most health apps do not include clear guidelines on data sharing practices

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The Mozilla Foundation looked into 25 popular reproductive health apps and wearable devices to investigate their privacy and security policies. Eighteen of them had vague privacy policies with no clear guidelines on how they share data with U.S law enforcement, Mozilla found.

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