California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced fertility-tracking mobile application Glow will pay $250,000 to settle allegations it failed to properly protect user information. The attorney general found Glow allowed for parties to access data and change passwords without user consent. In addition to the financial penalty, Glow will be required to comply with state consumer protection and privacy laws. The app was also served with the first-ever injunctive term mandating it considers how privacy incidents uniquely impact women.
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