Elise Elam and Vaughn Stupart Write About Personal Data Tracking, Post Roe

News / September 2, 2022

Associates Elise Elam and Vaughn Stupart have written “Personal Data Tracking in a Post-Roe World,” published Sept 2, 2022, in the Cincinnati Bar Association Report. The criminalization of abortion in multiple states following the reversal of Roe v. Wade has raised many privacy concerns, Elam and Stupart write, including the question of how data collected when people use digital devices “could be used in certain states to prosecute individuals who seek to terminate a pregnancy.” The authors recommend that people “limit the amount of information they provide to apps and websites” and consider turning off location sharing whenever possible.

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