Digital life has made privacy an issue of interest for individuals and regulators alike. As it has become easier to track individual movements, interactions, and activities - both online and off - we find ourselves exploring new questions and reviving old debates. This focus on privacy manifests itself in technology we use every day, how we interact with our government, and even in our most intimate relationships. Truly understanding the privacy debates of today and tomorrow requires understanding the legal, social, and economic factors at play.
A panel of experts explore the balance between femtech and privacy as it exists post-Dobbs.