Since it became clear that the Roe v. Wade abortion ruling can be overturned by the Supreme Court, women in America have begun removing popular period-tracking apps from their phones for fear of prosecution in states where abortion can now become illegal created.
The privacy-focused Stardust app became the most downloaded free app on iOS in recent days precisely because it promises anonymous data recording, but it had to change the language of the disclosure. As of Monday, Stardust’s fine print said they “may disclose your anonymized, encrypted information to third parties to protect the legal rights, safety, and security of the Company and users of our services; enforce our terms of service; prevent fraud; and to comply with or respond to law enforcement or legal process or a request for cooperation by any government or other entity, whether or not required by law“and now that last part reads”when required by law†
As it turns out, the best anonymous menstrual tracking app option in the US may very well be Planned Parenthood’s own app called Spot On, which can be used without creating an account and getting the menstrual data locally on the phone. of the user.