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No, submitting junk data to period tracking apps won't protect reproductive privacy

By Katie Siek, Professor and Chair of Informatics, Indiana University
Alexander L. Hayes, Ph.D. Student in Health Informatics, Indiana University
Zaidat Ibrahim, Ph.D student in Health Informatics, Indiana University
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It would take huge numbers of people submitting bad data to affect the algorithms behind period tracking apps, but even then it would be more harmful than helpful.The Conversation

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