How gender-affirming healthcare startups are navigating legal miasma
Better late than never: It’s a critical time for the startup and venture communities to support trans founders.
FTC sues data broker Kochava for sale of people’s sensitive location data, including visits to reproductive health clinics
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Monday announced it has filed a lawsuit against data broker Kochava Inc. for selling geolocation data from “hundreds of millions of mobile devices,R
Cycle-focused femtech startup, 28, grabs backing from Thiel Capital
Meet 28: A U.S.-based femtech startup founded by a wife and husband team that’s scored $3.2 million in seed funding in a round led by Thiel Capital with a fitness and wellness pitch that aims to
Google workers call on the company to expand abortion and privacy protections
A group of more than 600 Google employees is pressing the company to expand worker health benefits, divest itself of some political ties and bolster user privacy in light of the Supreme Court decision
What you might have missed at Black Hat and Def Con 2022
Hackers, researchers, cybersecurity companies and government officials descended on Las Vegas last week for Black Hat and Def Con, a cybersecurity double-bill that’s collectively referred to as “h
How digital health startups are navigating the post-Roe legal landscape
As state laws shift and abortion bans go into effect across the United States, companies are still trying to find ways to provide care while reimagining what healthcare should include.
Runa Sandvik’s new startup Granitt secures at-risk people from hackers and nation states
Few know the threats that journalists face better than Sandvik, a native Norwegian. She defended The New York Times newsroom from hackers and nation-state adversaries, trained reporters to cloak their