“We are now thinking of #periodtrackers the way we’ve been thinking of facial recognition software for years.” — Lucia Savage, chief privacy and regulatory officer for Omada Health

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Millions of women use period-tracking apps to plan ahead, track when they are ovulating and monitor other health effects, but since the Supreme Court signaled Roe v. Wade would be overturned, some privacy experts recommend deleting all personal data from the apps.