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What you need to know about surveillance and reproductive rights in a post Roe v Wade world

By Julia Slupska, DPhil Researcher, University of Oxford
Laura Shipp, Assistant researcher, Royal Holloway University of London
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After the overturning of Roe v Wade in the US, tracking reproductive information has never been riskier. In many US states, millions seeking and providing abortions could soon face criminal charges. Online conversations have turned to digital self-defence, and questions about the privacy of period tracking apps and other digital traces.

This concern is justified. Gender and racial justice researcher…The Conversation

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