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Daily Dashboard | Research: Consumer Reports examines privacy of period tracker apps Related reading: Google Analytics enforcement fallout: ‘Cry and pray’

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Consumer Report’s Digital Lab examined four menstrual cycle applications for their privacy protections. The apps were Drip, Euki, Lady Cycle and Periodical. Drip, Euki and Periodical were found to store user data locally on the user's device and do not allow third-party tracking. In the aftermath of the leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, reproductive health apps’ privacy notices have come under scrutiny.
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