Period tracker app Flo developing 'anonymous mode' to quell post-Roe privacy concerns

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Period tracking app Flo has announced a new feature called “anonymous mode” that will allow users to remove their name, email address, and technical identifiers from their profile. Period trackers have faced scrutiny over privacy concerns in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Flo emailed users of the app on June 29 that this feature will be available in the coming weeks. On social media, there have been many calls to delete these apps. The company also

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