Jennifer Beckage, founder of the Beckage law firm. Jennifer Beckage, founder of the Beckage law firm.

After the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, some attorneys are predicting they’ll see more cases over the data surveillance of pregnant people, including the use of geofencing, biometrics and period tracking apps. In this week’s episode, legal technology reporter Isha Marathe spoke with Jennifer Beckage of The Beckage Firm and Carrie-Sophia of plaintiffs firm C.A. Goldberg about some ways that personal data might be collected and used after the Dobbs decision.

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