The assessment team at ORCHA has examined the privacy policies of 25 period tracker apps and revealed significant flaws.
This follows the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn the constitutional right to an abortion, leaving privacy experts concerned that data from period-tracking apps could be used to penalise anyone seeking to terminate a pregnancy.
Download our report to reveal:
- The industry-wide issue with data sharing consent options.
- How period-tracking apps collect, store and use data.
- What to look out for when searching for a compliant period-tracking app.
- Two period-tracking apps which demonstrate good practice.