Does your rewards card know if you're pregnant? Privacy experts sound the alarm

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The steps you take to protect your privacy should reflect your risk level, one expert says. Granger Wootz/Getty Images/Tetra images RF

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Last month, a viral Twitter thread sparked fear and debate about the ways consumer data may be stored and shared by big-box stores, and how this could take on a new dimension in a post-Roe world.

It began when the user, Nicole, stated that on July 16 that they had received a package from infant formula company Enfamil

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