Amid a new wave of restrictive laws and looming Supreme Court battles, an important aspect of the abortion wars in the United States has gone almost unnoticed: the United States
According to the researchers, people seeking reproductive services may unwittingly share sensitive information when they come into contact – in person or online – with so-called “pregnancy crisis centers,” many of which are run by organizations. anti-abortion. In some states, these centers far outnumber abortion and family planning providers. And while these facilities often look like licensed medical clinics, they are not always required to follow the privacy laws that govern how personal health information is collected and shared.
As a result, people seeking an abortion may transmit data that they mistakenly assume is protected by law.
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If you’ve ever contacted an emergency pregnancy center by phone or online, looked for information, or attended an appointment, we’d love to know what happened next. Have you started seeing ads for adoption or products related to babies in your social media feeds? Have you been targeted for email outreach? Have you received any phone calls? Visits in person?
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